RJ Malishka Trolled After Grooving For Olympic Medalist Neeraj Chopra During Interview

Mumbai, 20th August 2021: Neeraj Chopra, the ‘Golden Boy’ of Tokyo Olympics 2020, is constantly in the headlines. Neeraj Chopra created history by winning the country’s first gold in athletics at the Tokyo Olympics. This is India’s first medal in track and field in the history of more than 100 years.
Neeraj won the gold medal in the men’s javelin throw final in Tokyo with the best throw of 87.58m. It was the second of his six throws and he was celebrating even before the spear fell. After returning from Tokyo, Neeraj is busy these days in honour ceremonies and interviews.
In this episode, an interview of Neeraj Chopra with radio jockey Malishka (RJ Malishka) is becoming fiercely viral on social media. Malishka has shared this video from her official Twitter account. In this video Malishka and some girls are seen dancing to the song ‘Ude Jab Jab Zulfen Teri’ in front of Neeraj to impress him. Seeing these girls dancing, Neeraj is also just smiling and blushing. At the end of the video, Malishka tells Neeraj whether they have teased him much. On this Neeraj is left saying thank you so much.
In fact, 23-year-old Neeraj has become very popular among girls after winning the gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics. During the interview, he has been asked questions about girlfriends and marriage many times, but he always blushes while answering this question. With the success of the Olympics, Neeraj’s followers on social media have also increased rapidly, which include a large number of girls.
During the interview, Malishka also asks Neeraj for a ‘Jaadu ki Jhapi’, to which he says hello (Namaste) from afar. This video of Neeraj is also becoming very viral.
On the question of girlfriend and marriage, Neeraj Chopra has given the same answer in every interview. He has said that he has no girlfriend and he has no intention of getting married as of now. His entire focus is now on the game and the upcoming competitions.
The coming years are crucial for the Asian Games and the World Championships and other tournaments leading up to the Olympics. That’s why he wants to focus completely on his game.