Indian badminton participant known for being successful India’s first silver medal in women’s doubles on the 2010 Commonwealth Video games. She and Jwala Gutta have grown to be known within their house country because of their achievement as a group, breaching the very best 10 in the search rankings in 2015. She began playing badminton in the first 2000s and gained multiple national game titles on the junior level. She and Gutta also performed together on the 2012 London Olympics. She’s a graduate of St. Mary’s University. Her dad was a high-level hockey participant, but she didn’t pursue the activity. She’s a younger sibling called Appanna. She and Kirsty Gilmour both competed on the 2014 Commonwealth Video games.