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Indian badminton star Jwala Gutta got engaged on the occasion of her birthday. Jwala got engaged to actor Vishnu Vishal. Both shared this good news with their fans through social media. Jwala Gutta is celebrating her 37th birthday on September 7. Vishnu got engaged by wearing a ring on the occasion of Jwala’s birthday.

Jwala has been representing India in badminton since 1990. Her pairing as Ashwini Ponnappa has been very successful. In 2015, the pair achieved career-best rankings. He married his teammate Chetan Anand in 2005 during his career. But this marriage did not last long and Gutta got divorced in 2011 after a few years.

At the same time, actor Vishnu Vishal married Rajni Natraj in 2010 and they have a son named Aryan. Vishnu separated from Rajni in 2018. Arjuna Awardee Jwala Gutta represented India at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics.

Actor Vishnu has shared three photos of his engagement with Jwala on his official Twitter handle. He shared the photo and wrote- “Happy Birthday Jwala Gutta. New beginning of life. Let us remain positive and work for a better future for us, Aryans, our family and friends. All of you need blessings. ”Along with this, Vishnu also thanked Basant Jain, who arranged the ring at midnight.

Jwala Gutta also shared some pictures from her official Twitter handle. Sharing these pictures, Jwala wrote – “And it was a beautiful night and it was a beautiful surprise.” Today when I think about my life how this journey has been, today I realized that there is a lot to be done. For our family, Aryan, friends and work. I am sure it will be another great journey.

Let me tell you that Jwala Gutta was born in Maharashtra, but she grew up in Hyderabad and here she completed her studies. It was in Hyderabad that he started playing badminton. The badminton player, who has won India a number of medals at the international level, has performed well. Along with this, he has also been related to controversies. Jwala often expresses her opinion on contemporary issues on social media

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