Being brought up in typical Indian households, most of you would be aware of the song Nanha Munna Rahi Hoon. Most of us sang and performed on this song every year of our primary school. There is something magical about this song which makes us feel nostalgic every single time we hear it. So when Olympic winning wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt shared a video on his Facebook account with an adorably cute kid singing Jai Hind, we could not stop containing our excitement. This video with the captain simply reading #JaiHind will take you back to your innocent childhood days.Also Read - UP Government Adopts Indian Wrestling Till 2032 Olympics

Yogeshwar Dutt has been India’s leading wrestler in representing the country on biggest sporting platforms. The wrestler who rose to fame after bagging bronze medal in 2012 London Summer Olympics is one of India’s star athletes. Apart from making the buzz in the wrestling arena, the 34-year-old is also a social media star. A simpleton at heart, Yogeshwar is called the ‘Gentle Giant’. The soft-spoken wrestler is one proud Indian who does not shy away from showing patriotism and dedication towards the country. In this video as well, he spreads the message of patriotism with fellow countrymen. Also Read - Tokyo Olympics: Amit Dhankar, Indian Wrestlers Eye Last Attempt to Make The Cut

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The star wrestler recently launched the mega mud wrestling championship, Dangal, which will be held January 22. In a bid to promote other sporting and athletic events in a cricket-obsessed nation like ours Yogeshwar Dutt is doing his bit. While wrestling has always been a popular traditional game, Dangal will be the first event which will award a whopping sum of Rs 51 lakhs to the winner of the tournament.

On the professional front, Yogeshwar Dutt who unceremoniously failed to bag any medal in the Rio Olympics is assessing about his chances in the Games’ next edition. Yogeshwar who is mulling over his return at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 will evaluate his performance at the 2018 Asian Games before taking a final call. Well, we hope to see our star performer represent India at the highest level.