The Great Khali has joined the plank movement of Bajaj Allianz Life, to support India’s emerging sports stars.Also Read - 5 Iconic Moments When WWE Fans Took Center Stage 

A renowned wrestler and the first Indian world champion in WWE history, Khali shared a post on Instagram where he is performing a plank for Bajaj Allianz Life’s #PlankForIndia initiative. Through his post, he has encouraged thousands of his fans to take up #PlankForIndia challenge for contributing towards the training of India’s future athletes. Also Read - We Want the Title, We Want The Respect: WWE Superstar Tommaso Ciampa

For every plank performed, Bajaj Allianz Life will contribute monetarily towards the training and development of India’s emerging sports stars. To take the initiative a notch higher and to encourage healthy living, the Company will hold the second edition of Bajaj Allianz Life Plankathon, on 26 January 2020, in Mumbai. Also Read - WWE: We Are The Best Tag-Team Alive Right Now, Tommaso Ciampa on Teaming up With Timothy Thatcher

For every plank performed, Bajaj Allianz Life will contribute monetarily towards the training and development of India’s emerging sports stars. The Company released a video last week, across its social media channels unveiling the PlankForIndia initiative.

To take the PlankForIndia initiative to contribute towards making life goals of emerging sports stars a reality. All you need to do is

– Get into a plank posture
– Take a photo or a video of doing the plank
– Post the photo / video on Facebook / Instagram / Twitter / LinkedIn
– Use #PlankForIndia

Khali made his debut in the WWE in 2006 when he straightaway feuded with The Undertaker, in fact defeating him clean in a one-on-one match at Judgment Day.

In 2007, Khali began a feud with Batista and the two were scheduled for a match at The Great American Bash. However, because Edge vacated the World Heavyweight Championship due to a legitimate injury, a twenty-man battle royal was held for the title on 20 July edition of SmackDown which Khali won after eliminating both Kane and Batista in one move, thus winning his first World Heavyweight Championship.

Before embarking on his professional wrestling career, he was an officer for the Punjab state police. He has appeared in four Hollywood films, two Bollywood films and several television shows.