Seeing the style of Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra, you will also say wow!

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Neeraj’s smile and style won the hearts of the people. If he used to talk in his typical-desi style, then there would be a smile on the face of the fans. When Neeraj smiled and replied in Hindi, people kept looking at him. He emerged from the soil of the village and reached the Olympic podium. Now she has shot in the outfits of fashion designer Rohit Bal.

Neeraj Chopra created history by winning the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. This young player of India won the hearts of people not only with his game but also with style. Neeraj started getting suggestions to work in films. He also appeared in advertisements. Now this ‘Haryana Ka Chhora’ is ready to spread its wings in the fashion industry. Neeraj has got a photoshoot done in the outfits of famous designer Rohit Bal and also shared its pictures.

Neeraj’s smile and style won the hearts of the people. If he used to talk in his typical-desi style, then there would be a smile on the face of the fans. When Neeraj smiled and replied in Hindi, people kept looking at him. He emerged from the soil of the village and reached the Olympic podium. Now she has shot in the outfits of fashion designer Rohit Bal.

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Neeraj’s stylish look

Neeraj wrote on his Instagram account, ‘Last month got a chance to meet Rohit Bal in Delhi. I got a chance to wear his outfits and shoot in it. Loved her elegant, classic clothes. Looking forward to seeing these clothes in my wardrobe. ‘

style is different

Neeraj has remained everyone’s choice since winning the gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics. From TV to fashion, people praised Neeraj’s style openly.

What to say

Fans are saying on the pictures of Neeraj that he looks like a supermodel. Somebody is saying that he is less than Mr. World?

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Neeraj had created history

Neeraj Chopra created history by winning the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. He became the first Indian to win a medal in track and field at the Olympics. He won the gold medal by throwing 87.58m javelin.

[Attribution to NBT]

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