Picture Credit: Instagram

Picture Credit: Instagram

Although the Indian Sports Honours 2023 are over, but the fever of the sports awards is still alive. With Virat Kohli, Prakash Padukone, and several other star players from the sports arena were seen together, a video of India’s ‘Golden Boy’ Neeraj Chopra is now doing rounds on social media.


The 25-year-old who is mostly seen working hard day-by-day for his events, Neeraj Chopra was seen in a completely new avatar at the Indian Sports Honours 2023. In a video which is going viral, Chopra can be seen shaking a leg on Hardy Sandhu’s famous song ‘Bijlee’.


This is first such instance where Chopra can be seen dancing and grooving on a Bollywood single. He was accompanied by influencer Ruhee Dosani, music producer Yashraj Mukhate and Dipraj Jadhav at the event.


The track and field athlete took the Sportsman of the Year as well as the Comeback of the Year award at the recently concluded Indian Sports Honours 2023. Check the full list of awardees at the Indian Sports Honours 2023.



Sportsman of the Year

Neeraj Chopra (Track & Field)

Sportswomen of the Year

Mirabai Chanu (Weightlifting)

Sportsman f the Year (Team)

PR Sreejesh (Hockey)

Sportswoman of the Year (Team)

Renuka Singh Thakur (Cricket)

Team of the Year

India U19 Women’s Team (Cricket)

Coach of the Year

Vijay Sharma (Weightlifting)

Emerging Sportsman of the Year

Lakshya Sen (Badminton)

Emerging Sportsman of the Year

Antim Panghal (Wrestling)

Differently-abled Sportsman of the Year

Pramod Bhagat (Badminton)

Differently-abled Sportswoman of the Year

Avani Lekhara (Air-rifle shooting)

Lifetime Achievement Honour

Prakash Padukone (Badminton)

Fan Club of the Year

Whistlepodu Army (Cricket)

Club of the Year

Jaipur Pink Panthers (Kabaddi)

Incredible Young Performer of the Year in T20 League

Shubman Gill (Cricket)

Incredible Performance of the Year in T20 League

Yuzvendra Chahal (Cricket)

Comeback of the Year

Neeraj Chopra (Track & Field)

Electrifying Performance of the Year

Shubman Gill (Cricket)