The adorable dame Krishna Shroff is the daughter of famous Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff (Jaikishen Kakubhai) and actor/producer Ayesha Shroff (Ayesha Dutt). She, along with her professor- Reshal Shah, has of late shot a documentary portraying the life and issues of the Transgender community - “Black Sheep”. Her mother, Ayesha Shroff, commented that the documentary mainly showed the aspirations and hopes of the transgender community as against the dark side which is mostly highlighted.

Krishna Shroff is fortunate with a bold character as well as looks. Unlike her elder brother, Tiger Shroff, an actor who debuted in the film ‘ Heropanti’ alongside model/actress Kriti Sanon, she has claimed her inclination towards direction and writing over acting. This could be one reason why she opted out of a chance to make a debut in the movie “ Student Of The Year”, directed by Karan Johar.

She loves to work behind the camera more. This 22-yr-old (approx.) lady also shows a keen interest in sports and fitness, and loves to keep a track of her “Best Vacation” and “Fitness Food Motivation” on her Instagram account. She is currently working for a sports company, a games trainer by profession, coaching high school student teams. Following one of her interviews where she mentioned that this interest in athletics was in her right from her 5th grade. She also mentioned about being her University captain of various sports teams- football, volleyball, basketball.

Unlike the other star kids, Krishna chooses to be quite open and blunt about her relationship with her Brazilian lover Spenser Johnson, who is also a football trainer by profession. The youngest member of the Shroff clan has been lately added to the list of fashionistas of B-Town. She has also built up her friendship with actress Athiya Shetty, daughter of veteran actor Suniel Shetty. Krishna’s latest work includes a photo-shoot meant for a social cause, which soon turned viral.

Pesi Shroff Hindi Actor

Pesi Shroff

Pesi Shroff is a champion Jockey player of India. He is very tall, little heavy-weight and a lazy person, but he is not known for this, he is known for his special skills in Jockey. He has won more than 14 major horse racing and has ruled Indian Derby in late 80’s and early 90’s. He has ridden more than 1740 winning horses which comprise of 106 Classics horses. He has been a revolution in Indian horse racing. His preferred horses were Desert Warrior and Exhilaration. His family background was not so Jockey type as he belonged to upper-middle-class Parsi family who already had a victim in horse racing, his cousin Karl Umrigar was killed after a fall on the race track. The family did have a keen interest in horses as he had his pony named proxy at the age of five. He participated in the first amateur racing and at the age of 12, he was an accomplished amateur racer. He wasn’t in a very upright physical state as he was overweight and not as fit as some other racers, Vasant Shinde and Aslam Kader, but he always had a sense of calmness about himself and huge confidence in his judgment. These very qualities of his made him different from others and made him very successful in life. Even though Shinde was considered the best of all racers, it was Shroff who retrained his relation with the Vijay Mallya for a remarkable price. Shroff always had an aura of splendid character, he always believed in Gentlemen Jockey and was thus considered people favorite. He was loved by the crowd and an instant crowd puller. Pesi entered wedlock his childhood friend Tina and had two children. He has a daughter named as Anya, who herself is very fond of horses. After the death of his father, he took over the family engineering and ship maintenance business. He holds the record of eight Derby winners at Mahalaxmi Racecourse, Mumbai. He retired on 31st October 2004 from professional racing. He is a fan of golf and cricket. Now he is turned into a professional trainer and trains beginners in Indian Racing Circuit. He was the trainer of Filly Jacqueline, who won the 2010 Derby. He first won his major race in 1984 and last won in 2001 Indian Turf Invitation with Storm Again. He is acclaimed as one among the greatest jockeys in India and will always be remembered for his charismatic conduct on the race course as he ruled in his hay days.

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Ajay Ratra

Ajay Ratra is an Indian cricket player. He has played both national and international matches. He was born on 13 December 1981 in Faridabad, Haryana. His nickname is “Bunty”. He is one among those Indian cricketers who tried their hand at cricket at a very tender age. He is a right-hand batsman. He got an outstanding training after he was selected for National Academy of Cricket in Bangalore in 2000. With this, he was exposed to mainstream cricket and his interest drove him to international cricket very soon. From the very beginning, he has been the permanent address for many records. In 2002, he was the part of the One Day International (ODI) cricket team against England. He was the wicket keeper for an innings in 2002 in West Indies. He scored 115 runs and as of then, he became the Youngest Wicket Keeper to make a century in test cricket. Later he had many milestones in his cricket career. He also has the title of being the second Indian wicket keeper to make a century in tests overseas. But soon, he lost his place in the international cricket scene. After an injury in 2002, Parthiv Patel, who is known as one of the youngest wicket keepers in India, replaced Ajay Ratra in One Day Internationals, and Rahul Dravid, the wall of Indian Cricket team, replaced Ajay Ratra in the test matches. Though, he tried keeping it up again. He was the part of some local cricket teams and played for a few states. Throughout his career, he made his best attempt to face each and every match. In the international scenario, he couldn't make the list of the sorted either in the tests or ODI's. In Ajay Ratra's early days in cricket, he played in Under 19 Youth World Cup in 2000. He was also the part of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, in which, he played for Goa. In one of the feature article by Sports Nova, they assessed the reasons why Indian Cricket team is always in search of a perfect wicket keeper. In the article, they also stated the reason why Ajay Ratra could not make it for many years as the withstanding wicket keeper. According to the article, the Indian team was then in need of a wicket keeper cum batsman. As any of the entrants then couldn't satisfy, and Ajay Ratra got injured, they had to choose a batsman cum wicket keeper. Eventually, Rahul Dravid became the choice. However, later he served as a coach and before retirement in 2015, he played in 99 first-class matches and 89 List A matches.

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