Kangana, Anupam Kher applaud Indian athletes for their stellar performance in Commonwealth Games 2022

New Delhi [India]Aug 6 (ANI): Actors Kangana Ranaut and Anupam Kher are extremely proud of the athletes who are currently representing India in the 22nd edition of Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.

Taking to Instagram, Kangana lauded the contestants who have won many medals so far.

Kangana wrote, “The way Indian players are taking over the world, they will make sure that being Indian is never associated with any shortcoming or weakness.. It will be synonymous with being superior and unbeatable, thank you team.”

Kher shared a few pictures of Indian athletes including Tejaswin Shankar, Tulika Mann and Sakshi Malik.


“Our victory is not determined by luck, but our talent determines our victory. Congratulations to all the players, best wishes and heartfelt thanks to the nation for bringing glory to the nation! Jai Hind! #CommonWealthGames #Birmingham #India #IndianAthletes #ProudOfYou ​​#JaiHo,” Kher captioned the post.

In the Commonwealth Games 2022 so far (Saturday morning), Indian athletes have won 26 medals – nine gold, eight silver and nine bronze.

Bajrang Punia successfully defended his title and won his second consecutive gold medal at the Commonwealth Games. While Deepak Punia bagged his first medal in CWG and won the gold medal in his bag. Sakshi Malik also put on her best and claimed the gold to add more to India’s tally.

Anshu Malik won the silver medal after losing the final bout, while Divya Kakran and Mohit Grewal won the bronze medal in their respective categories. India now won six medals in wrestling on Friday – three gold, one silver and two bronze.

The men’s lawn bowls force team assured a medal for India as they defeated England to reach the final. While the Indian women’s hockey team suffered a semi-final loss against Australia following a controversial decision by the referee following a low-level performance by the attackers in the penalty shootout. (ANI)

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