Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye Wiki, Age, Family, Biography & More

Last Updated on February 8, 2022

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye is an Indian child actor and badminton player. She played the role of young Saina in the Hindi film ‘Saina’ (2021).

Wiki/Biography

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye was born on Friday, 24 April 2009 (age 13 years; as of 2021) in Chembur, Mumbai. Her zodiac sign is Taurus. She is pursuing her schooling at St. Gregorios High School, Chembur, Mumbai.

A collage of Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye's childhood picture with her sister

A collage of Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye’s childhood picture with her sister

Physical Appearance

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye

Family

Parents & Siblings

Her father’s name is Jagir Singh, and her mother’s name is Sapna Bhatoye. She has one elder sister, Jaspreet Bhatoye.

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her father (right) and coach (left)

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her father (right) and coach (left)

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her mother and sister

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her mother and sister

Career

At the age of seven, she started her training in badminton. Initially, she used to participate in school’s badminton competitions. After winning a few competitions in school, she started participating in various inter-school badminton competitions and won many prizes.

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her trophies

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her trophies

She did her initial training in the sport from her coach Jitesh Padukone.

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye and her coach Jitesh Padukone

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye and her coach Jitesh Padukone

After winning various badminton competitions, she was selected to continue her training at the Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy in Hyderabad. In an interview, while talking about the selection. She said,

I was 99 percent sure before the program that I will get selected. I feel very proud to be selected and very happy to train under Gopichand in his academy.”

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye at Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy

Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye at Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy

In 2022, she won the U-15 girls singles title at the Ashwani Gupta Memorial All India Sub Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament. In 2021, she was roped in the Hindi film ‘Saina’ to play the role of Saina (younger role) in the film. Her name was recommended by the Indian film actress Shraddha Kapoor (who was earlier playing the role of Saina). Shraddha spotted her for the first time while Naishaa was playing badminton at the North Indian Association.

Saina film poster

Saina film poster

Competitions Won

  • All India Balkan JI Bari 2017
    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye at All India Balkan JI Bari badminton competition

    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye at All India Balkan JI Bari badminton competition

  • Mumbai Schools Sports Association 2018
    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye wearing her Mumbai Schools Sports Association medal

    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye wearing her Mumbai Schools Sports Association medal

  • Central Railway Institute Badminton Tournament 2018
    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye on winning Central Railway Institute Badminton Tournament 2018

    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye on winning Central Railway Institute Badminton Tournament 2018

  • Saraf Matru Trophy 2019
    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her Saraf Matru Trophy

    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her Saraf Matru Trophy

  • Junior Badminton Championship 2019
    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her Junior Badminton Championship trophies

    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye with her Junior Badminton Championship trophies

  • U-15 Girls Title 2022

Facts/Trivia

  • She participates in various school competitions like drawing, running, handwriting, cycling, and elocution.
    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye cycling

    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye cycling

  • In an interview, she shared how she started playing badminton. She said,

    Growing up, my sister and I were exposed to extra-curricular activities and Bharatanatyam was one of them. While Jaspreet continued to pursue Bharatanatyam, I was out in 6 months, saying I wanted to play Badminton instead. Simple games with friends and families and defeating them triggered my love for the game. Being ambidextrous, I could play badminton with both hands. However, later I opting to play with right hand but continues all other activities with my left. As I trained for about 18 months my game improved drastically and I was defeating many of my seniors. The opportunity to move to Hyderabad for training was a dream come true. With my parents living in Mumbai, the entire family had to make a lot of sacrifices. My dad moved with me to Hyderabad. My mom stays with my sister in Mumbai but visits every weekend for moral supports and preparing weekly diet meals. I’m sure it will all be worth it in in end.”

  • During an interview, while talking about her coach, she said,

    I started playing under Jitesh sir in 2015 when I was seven and began attending Gopi sir’s academy two years ago. I’m thankful to my school for permitting me to attend classes online long before the COVID-19 pandemic began. I come to Mumbai only for my exams.”

  • In 2017, she appeared in one of the episodes of the TV game show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati.’
    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye in Kaun Banega Crorepati

    Naishaa Kaur Bhatoye in Kaun Banega Crorepati

  • In an interview, while talking about Naishaa, her mother said,

    We already had her videos on her Facebook page, so I sent it when we read about talent hunt through newspapers. But after we heard there are thousands of entries, I felt it won’t be easy for her to get selected. But I am happy she did.”

    She continued,

    She learnt a lot there (Gopichand academy) in those weeks. When she came back she defeated No 1 seed in U-12 category of MSSA Inter-School Games. She is in top 10 national rankings in both singles and doubles categories. Yesterday, she won U-11 title in Mumbai Games. She is also an athlete and won 400m in U-12 category of MSSA inter-school games, two days ago.”

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