WWE Star Khali misses parents, Indian food in AmericaMay 11th, 2008 - 6:34 pm ICT by admin
Mumbai, May 11 (ANI): Indian World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) heavy weight champion Khali misses his parents and Indian food in America.
Khali who has been living in Atlanta, Georgia since 1999, has fought with all top wrestlers in the WWE circuit, including ‘Undertaker’ several times.
“I miss my parents, Indian food and my friends,” Khali told reporters in Mumbai.
On being asked what were his plans for the upcoming Mother’s Day, the WWE star said he would seek her blessings.
“All the children should seek blessings of their mothers and also thank them for their efforts and pains they took in upbringing,” he added.
Khali, 35, the tallest WWE wrestler, is 7 feet 3 inches and weighs 190 kg. He took to bodybuilding and won the Mr. India title in 1995 and 1996.
He worked as a porter before joining the State police in northern Punjab. He is now a sub-inspector in the police force and is on long leave to continue the fight in WWE.
The fighter has worked in a Hollywood movie ‘The longest yard’ and will make a debut in a Bollywood children’s adventure film ‘Ramma-The Saviour’. (ANI)
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