Sat. Sep 26th, 2020
India Today Web Desk


Commonwealth Video games gold medalist Jwala Gutta on Monday uncovered she obtained a exclusive birthday present from boyfriend and actor Vishnu Vishal – an engagement ring. The badminton star, who has turned 37, took to social media to announce the engagement to her prolonged-time boyfriend.

Jwala Gutta uncovered Vishnu Vishal had travelled all the way to Hyderabad to shock her on her birthday.

“N dis took place final nite n what a gorgeous shock it was! Currently when I believe of my daily life what a journey it has been n 2day I realise there is so significantly a lot more to luk forward to!In the direction of our relatives,Aryan,buddies and get the job done!its gonna be an additional wonderful journey am confident (sic),” Jwala Gutta wrote sharing pictures from her birthday celebration.

Jwala Gutta, who final played on the BWF expert circuit in 2017, has been dating Vishnu Vishal for a couple of many years now.

Vishnu Vishal, who quit cricket to concentrate on a profession in the movie field, had heaped wealthy praise on his companion, saying Gutta is an particularly favourable individual.

“Just after my separation, I met Jwala and begun paying a great deal of time with her. She is a really favourable individual and which is what I like about her. She had also gone by means of a separation in daily life. We spoke, understood every single other and matters are going fine,” Vishnu Vishal had informed India Currently.

“I will not have the emotions of an 18-12 months-outdated, who falls in like for the 1st time. I am 35 now, matters are distinct. I am sensible and a lot more matured. Let us see what occurs in the long term.”

The Indian badminton star, who won the Globe Championships doubles bronze in 2011, was married to fellow badminton player Chetan Anand in advance of divorce in 2010.

In December 2019, Jwala Gutta launched her academy in Hyderabad — a state-of-the-artwork complicated which will have teaching services for numerous sports activities, which include cricket, badminton and swimming.

Asked how she sees her position in the Academy, Jwala mentioned: “I can not pretend to be a coach. I have not discovered coaching. So my position is to mentor and be the middle individual, I am the bridge to gamers, coaches and dad and mom.”



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