नीरज चोपड़ा ने दिलाया भारत को ओलंपिक एथलेटिक्स में पहला गोल्ड मेडल, बॉलीवुड सितारों ने किया सलाम! Neeraj Chopra Wins India’s First Athletics Gold Medal At Tokyo Olympics, Scripts History

Neeraj Chopra Wins Gold, Creates History: India’s star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has written history. He has won the gold medal in the javelin throw of the Tokyo Olympics. His best throw is 87.58 metres. This is India’s first medal in Olympic athletics. At the same time, in the individual event of the Olympics, India got the second gold after 13 years. After this success, Bollywood stars are also seen showering their love for Neeraj on social media. From Akshay Kumar to Dia Mirza have saluted him.

Neeraj Chopra ने Tokyo Olympics में Javelin Throw में Gold जीतकर इतिहास रचा

Goosebumps! Indian National Anthem playing at Neeraj Chopra’s Victory Ceremony at #Tokyo2020!

🇮🇳🥇 Neeraj Chopra wins historic gold for India | #Tokyo2020 Highlights

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