Indian Shuttler PV Sindhu and Cricketer Smriti Mandhana features in the #ForbesU30Asia 2018 list
Wednesday - March 28, 2018 10:30 am , Category : GOSSIP CORNER
Better late than never. Ace Indian shuttler PV Sindhu and Cricketer Smriti Mandhana feature in the #ForbesU30Asia 2018 list. Where Smriti made at number 12, P V Sindhu entered at number twenty, late entry of Smriti has pushed the ranking of Anushka Sharma the Indian Bollywood actress from number 18 to 19 now and of Padmanabh Singh from 19th to 21st position.
Forbes 30 Under 30 is a prestigious platform which identifies the genesis of genius who give in to more than passion to their dreams and not only for self but seek for the betterment of society. This year Ms Anushka is the only Indian Celebrity made into the Forbes Famous List.
The other Indian gen next stars landed on the Forbes dock are Model Bhumika Arora, who is a known face and cover girl for many top acclaimed fashion Magazines like Vogue, Elle, Love and has also walked the ramp for top fashion houses like Kenzo, Balmain, Alexzander wang and Marc Jacob.
Shuttler P V Sindhu had brought laureate to the nation with her smashing performance in past two years. Hailing from Hyderabad P V Sindhu became a national hero when she won India's first medal of the Rio Olympics, silver in women's singles. That achievement not only earned her millions in prize money and pocketed endorsements but also kindled interest in her as a badminton icon. Ms Sindhu is also a second just to famed cricketer Virat Kohli. Sindhu has since won titles at the Korea Open and India Open, defeating her Rio gold medal victory, Spain's Carolina Marin.
Smriti Mandhana is a crucial player in the Indian women's cricket team. Smriti played a vital role in bagging the 2017 women's cricket world cup championship where India stood runner-up. The 21-year-old left-handed batter hails from Mumbai made the history as she became the first Indian female cricketer to score a double hundred one-day series. Also, Smriti Mandhana is the one of the first two Indians ever to be signed for Women's Big Bash League in Australia. - Window To News
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