Rio Olympics 2016: Ranveer Singh Wishes PV Sindhu All The Best

India’s PV Sindhu has confirmed at least a silver medal at the Rio Olympics women’s singles badminton finals due to be held on Friday. Sindhu has achieved this feat after beating world number two Wang Yihan of China in the quarterfinals before defeating Okuhara Nazomi of Japan in the semifinals on Thursday. She will be playing the finals against Spain’s Carolina Marin.

Actor Ranveer Singh went all out to cheer for PV Sindhu ahead of her final badminton match against Spaniard Carolina Marin. At the launch of his new ad today, Ranveer shouted his heart out for Sindhu and expressed hope that she would win the coveted gold for India today.

“Sindhu we are all so proud of her. Every person in the nation who is following Olympics is proud of her and all our other girls who have done so very well. They kept our Indian flag was flying high yesterday. I salute all of them.”

Talking about her final match, Ranveer said, “It will be a big match and a tough one as she is playing the world no 1. But the entire country is behind her and I hope she gets the gold for India.”

As Sindhu became India’s first ever shuttler to reach the final of this sport in Olympics, congratulations started pouring in.

https://dailymotion.com/video/x4pd0ed India's PV Sindhu has confirmed at least a silver medal at the Rio Olympics women's singles badminton finals due to be held on Friday. Sindhu has achieved this feat after beating world number two Wang Yihan of China in the quarterfinals before defeating Okuhara Nazomi of Japan in the semifinals on Thursday. She will be playing the finals against Spain's Carolina Marin. Actor Ranveer Singh went all out to cheer for PV Sindhu ahead of her final badminton match against Spaniard Carolina Marin. At the launch of his new ad today, Ranveer shouted his heart out for Sindhu and expressed hope that she would win the coveted gold for India today. “Sindhu we are all so proud of her. Every person in the nation who is following Olympics is proud of her and all our other girls who have done so very well. They kept our Indian flag was flying high yesterday. I salute all of them.” Talking about her final match, Ranveer said, “It will be a big match and a tough one as she is playing the world no 1. But the entire country is behind her and I hope she gets the gold for India.” As Sindhu became India’s first ever shuttler to reach the final of this sport in Olympics, congratulations started pouring in.