PV Sindhu will share her story on overcoming challenges in upcoming comic book
Tinkle, a comic brand from Amar Chitra Katha run by the Future Group, is celebrating its 37th anniversary by featuring a special story from PV Sindhu
New Delhi: Rio Olympics silver medallist shuttler P.V. Sindhu is excited to share her story through a comic book, and hopes it will motivate people.
Tinkle, a comic brand from Amar Chitra Katha run by the Future Group, is celebrating its 37th anniversary by featuring a special story from Sindhu.
"I am really excited to share my story through Tinkle. As a child, it was always fun to read their short stories and get inspired. I hope that my short story can connect with the readers and motivate them to believe in dreams," Sindhu said in a statement.
The story is about the time when Sindhu was a child and lost her school books just before her exams. This also happened when a badminton tournament was just around the corner. The story talks about how she managed to overcome the challenge.
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