Majorly recognized on her badminton front, Jwala Gutta managed to widen her arena by venturing the Tollywood with her debut flick Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde. India’s first sports woman who is now a days appears in page 3 of every leading magazine in India and she is badminton player Jwala Gutta she is now often captured by the media camera in a very sizzling outfits example of which is here you can see Below.
Jwala Gutta Biography
Jwala Gutta, is a left handed badminton player. Born on 7 September, 1983 at Wardha of Maharashtra in India. Height of Jwala Gutta is 5 ft 10 inches. Her father is an Telugu India, his name is Kranti Gutta. Where as her mother Yelan Gutta belongs to Chinese origin belongs to Tianjen.
Chetan Anand, famous badminton player was the husband of Jwala Gutta. She married to him on 17 July, 2005 and got divorced on 29 June, 2011.
She won National Badminton Championships 13 times till year 2010. She had also played under partnership of Shruti Kurien and Ashwini Ponnappa. For her contribution in Indian Badminton as an sports person she received Arjuna Award.
Jwala was also appeared in movies with minor roles. Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde and Fugly are those movies. For her style statement and fashion sense, she is getting media attention too.We bring you the 30 hot and sexy pictures of Jwala Gutta.
26. Jwala Gutta Latest Sizzling Hot Thigh Shw Stills From Gunde Jaari Gallan Thayyinde Movie
28. Jwala Gutta in Gym!
29. Jwala Gutta Hot selfie in Gym!
Jwala Gutta Information (Biodata):
Real Name: Jwala Gutta
Mother’s Name: Yelan Gutta (Chinese Origin)
Father’s Name: Kranti Gutta (Indian Telagu Origin)
Date Of Birth: 7 September 1983 (Age 32 Years in 2015)
Height: 5 ft 9 inch (1.75 m)
Weight: 60 Kg (Approx)
Vital Stats: 36-27-37
Bra Size: 34C
Eye Color: Black
Birth Place: Wardha, Maharashtra, India
Marital Status: Divorced (On 29 June 2011)
Husband: Chetan Anand
Marriage Date: 17 July 2005
Jwala Gutta Parents & Early Life
Jwala was born on 7 September 1983 in Wardha, Maharashtra and brought up in Hyderabad, Telangana, India, to a Telugu Hindu Indian father and a Chinese mother. Jwala’s father, Kranti Gutta, hailed from a family of freedom fighters and Leftists from Peddapuliveru in Andhra Pradesh’s Guntur district. Her mother, Yelan Gutta, was born in Tianjin, and is a granddaughter of a Gandhian named Tseng. Yelan first came to India in 1977 with her grandfather to visit the Sevagram ashram, where she translated Gandhi’s autobiography and other works into Chinese language. She started playing badminton at the age of 6, after shifting from tennis which she had earlier taken up.
Jwala was brought up in Hyderabad, Telangana. The primary title that she won was the Mini National Badminton Championship for the young ladies under 13 years old, held at Thrissur, Kerala. In the year 2000, Jwala won the Junior National Badminton Championship when she was 17 years old. That year she won both the Women’s Doubles Junior National Championship and Senior National Badminton Championship in organization with Shruti Kurien. This was an association that was there to stay for quite a while. She further won the Women’s Doubles National title for 7 more years in succession, since the year 2002 till the year 2008, in organization with Shruti Kurien.
Jwala Gutta Personal life
During her badminton career, Jwala Gutta began dating fellow badminton player Chetan Anand. The couple married on 17 July 2005 and got divorced on 29 June 2011. The divorce gathered huge and unwanted media attention and speculations about an affair with ex-cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin also came up, but was never confirmed due to lack of any proof of the news and constant denials from Jwala herself. Jwala confirmed filing the divorce but denied that it had anything to do with Azharuddin.
Jwala got married to fellow badminton player Chetan Anand in 2005 and later separated in 2011.
Azhar had also hinted that these stories had been planted by people in the Badminton Association of India, who wanted to tarnish his image since he tried to contest for the presidents’ elections. He said, “These are planted stories and motivated by people, who are against me in the Badminton Association of India. They are so upsetting.” On the professional front also, she came back with a bang, winning the gold at the Commonwealth Games along with Ashwini.
Later in 2013, Jwala said in an interview, “I learnt a lot from the marriage but we weren’t growing as a couple. A part of me forgot that I too was a part of the sport. I was satisfied thinking that his victories were our victories,”
Jwala Gutta Famous Quote: “Life is all about love. It’s a score in badminton, but in both, one begins from scratch, is what I believe in.” – Jwala in an interview with the Hindustan Times.
Jwala Gutta Video – Item Song
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Jwala Gutta Making Of Gunde Jaari Ding Ding Item Song
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