Mukesh, impressed by 'Dangal' started digging Akhara to teach his daughters wrestling

New Delhi: Today is International Women's Day and today the importance of the statement that behind every successful man there is a woman. But today we are going to tell you the story of having their father behind two successful daughters. Actor Aamir Khan's dialogue in the 2016 film  'Dangal' - 'Mhari Choriyaan Chhoron Se Kam Hain Ke' impressed Mukesh of Bakhri in Begusarai to such an extent that he decided to make his two daughters wrestlers.

After this, Mukesh dug a stadium for his daughters in front of his house. After deciding to make his two daughters wrestlers, Mukesh not only built an Akhada at home but also became a coach himself and started teaching Shalini and Nirjala the tricks of wrestling. Today his daughters are doing well in wrestling. They have won medals in many wrestling competitions. Now Shalini and Nirjala's father Mukesh is in the process that both his daughters should be enrolled in another big training institute at JSW so that their sports and technique can be improved and their daughters can bring laurels to Bihar and the country.

Let us know that this journey of wrestling of Shalini and Nirjala, which started from the courtyard of the house in Salona village of Bakhri in Begusarai, has reached many state national tournaments. Both the sisters have won medals by performing brilliantly in many competitions. Shalini has won gold medals in the National Wrestling Championship held in Sonepat of Haryana and Nirjala in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. The two sisters have participated in more than six state-level and national-level tournaments and have defeated their rivals.

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