Sakshi Malik, Rio Games bronze medallist, said that wrestling for her is like a ‘puja’ as there are no short-cuts to success.
The 24-year old, who, last year, became the first Indian woman wrestler to win an Olympic medal, also wants to be the first woman wrestler to bag Olympic medal twice.
The Datsun redi-GO Sport brand ambassador, who launched a new service package plan for new redi-GO owners called Datsun Care, said she was prepared for the World Championship, scheduled in August in Paris.
She said "It (training) is ongoing. I will try to improve further because you never stop learning."
The recently-married wrestler also stated that she that would carry-on with her wrestling as nothing has changed post-marriage.
Taking of India emerging as a sporting nation, she said that there is a big change as our PM who wants the nation to be a sporting-power has set up an Olympic Task Force.
She suggests "Do whatever you have to with full dedication only then one can one achieve success. Always say no to drugs. It is a wrong thing to do in life, be it sports or any other field."