‘She merits’: Chris Hemsworth also known as Thor’s remark for Mirabai Chanu wins the web
India’s weightlifting experience Mirabai Chanu won her 3rd successive Commonwealth Games medal in Birmingham 2022, as well as she additionally smashed the Games document en path to her back-to-back gold medal-winning task. The ruling champ had actually won silver in Glasgow video games, while she won gold in Goal Coast too.
In Birmingham, Chanu smashed the Games document while raising 201kg (88kg in seize +113 kg in tidy as well as jerk). The Tokyo Olympic silver champion definitely controlled her weight group, at the masterpiece occasion lately.
As followers entered into overdrive after Chanu won back-to-back CWG gold medals, the 27-year- old additionally obtained a sincere desire from Hollywood motion picture celebrity Chris Hemsworth also known as ‘Thor’.
It so occurred that of Mirabai Chanu’s followers marked Chris Hemsworth in his tweet as appreciation for the Indian weightlifter. He created, “Time for Thor to give up his hammer.”
The Hollywood star paid attention to the follower’s tweet as well as he not just responded to the follower, yet he additionally applauded Chanu, calling her a ‘tale’. Not simply that, the star that depicts the function of ‘Thor’ in Marvel films, called Chanu ‘worthwhile’ as a recommendation from the MCU films, where just worthwhile people can raise Thor’s hammer.
“She is worthy! Congrats, Saikhom, you legend,” responded Hemsworth to the follower’s tweet.
Check Chris Hemsworth’s reply below:
She merits! Congrats, Saikhom, you tale.
— Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) August 4, 2022
After Mirabai Chanu’s amazing success she came in for some just appreciation from followers around the country. After her gold-winning minute, the weightlifter was applauded by PM Narendra Modi too.
“The exceptional @mirabai_chanu makes India proud once again! Every Indian is delighted that she’s won a Gold and set a new Commonwealth record at the Birmingham Games. Her success inspires several Indians, especially budding athletes,” created PM Modi on Twitter. .