When I lived in Delhi, I used to visit the Lodhi Gardens and feed the pigeons, crows, and ducks there.
I want to help all those youngsters in Nagpur who have fire and sporting spirit burning inside them and not merely those who want to take up wrestling.
I want to tell all the youngsters in Nagpur and in the rest of India that sports is not merely about winning medals; it is about being fit and healthy. It is not about six-packs and going to gym, but exercising right and eating intelligently.
We, as a nation, have always worshipped cricket and cricket players, and even football. But kabaddi and kushti are seen fit only for villagers. That's changing now.
I want to encourage more people in small villages to take up sports.
I got up from the wheelchair thanks to natural products like tulsi, aloe vera, kali mirch, and awla.