Naisha Kaur Bhatoe is an Indian child artist and badminton player. She played the role of young Saina in the Hindi film ‘Saina’ (2021).
Naisha Kaur Bhatoe was born on Friday, 24 April 2009.age 13 years; by 2021) in Chembur, Mumbai. His zodiac sign is Taurus. She is doing her schooling at St. Gregorian’s High School, Chembur, Mumbai.
Hair Color: Black
Eye Colour: Black
parents and siblings
His father’s name is Jagir Singh and mother’s name is Sapna Bhatoe. He has an elder sister Jaspreet Bhatoe.
He started training for badminton at the age of seven. Initially, she used to participate in the school’s badminton competitions. After winning a few competitions in school, she started participating in various inter-school badminton competitions and won many awards.
He did his initial training in the game under his coach Jitesh Padukone.
After winning various badminton competitions, she was selected to continue her training at the Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy in Hyderabad. In an interview, talking about the selection. He said,
I was 99 percent sure before the program that I would get selected. I feel very proud to have trained under Gopichand’s leadership at his academy.
In 2022, she won the Under-15 girls’ singles title at the Ashwini Gupta Memorial All India Sub Junior Ranking badminton tournament. In 2021, she was cast in the Hindi film ‘Saina’ to play the role of Saina (minor role) in the film. Her name was recommended by Indian film actress Shraddha Kapoor (who was earlier playing the role of Saina). Shraddha first saw him when Naisha was playing badminton in the North Indian Association.
- All India Balkan Ji Bari 2017
- Mumbai School Sports Association 2018
- Central Railway Institute Badminton Tournament 2018
- Saraf Matru Trophy 2019
- Junior Badminton Championship 2019
Facts / Trivia
- She participates in various school competitions like drawing, running, handwriting, cycling and speech.
- In an interview, he told how he started playing badminton. He said,
Growing up, my sister and I were exposed to extra-curricular activities and Bharatanatyam was one of them. While Jasprit continued to pursue Bharatnatyam, I dropped out in 6 months saying I wanted to play badminton instead. Simple games with friends and families and defeating them grew my love for the game. Being bisexual, I could play badminton with both hands. However, later I opted to play with my right hand but continued with all other activities with my left hand. As I trained for about 18 months, my game improved a lot and I was beating many of my seniors. The opportunity to go to Hyderabad for training was like a dream come true. The whole family had to sacrifice a lot because my parents lived in Mumbai. My father went to Hyderabad with me. My mother lives in Mumbai with my sister, but comes every weekend for moral support and to prepare weekly diet meals. I am sure it will all be worth it in the end. ,
- Talking about his coach during an interview, he said,
I started playing under Jitesh sir in 2015 when I was seven years old and started going to Gopi sir’s academy two years ago. I am grateful to my school for allowing me to attend online classes long before the COVID-19 pandemic began. I come to Mumbai only for my exams.”
- In 2017, she appeared in an episode of the TV game show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’.
- Talking about Naisha in an interview, her mother said,
We already had videos of him on his Facebook page, so when we read about talent hunts through the newspapers I sent him. But when we heard that there were thousands of entries, I figured it wouldn’t be easy for them to select. But I’m glad he did.”
He learned a lot there (Gopichand Academy) in those weeks. When she returned, she defeated the No. 1 seed in the U-12 category of the MSSA Inter-School Games. She is in the top 10 national rankings in both singles and doubles categories. Yesterday he won the Under-11 title at the Mumbai Games. He is also an athlete and won the 400m in the under-12 category of the MSSA Inter-School Games two days ago.
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