WWF The Great Khali planned to visit his native village in India

wwf the great kali WWF The Great Khali planned to visit his native village in IndiaFamous World Wrestling Federation (WWF) wrestler, The Great Khali planned to visit his native village in Himachal Pradesh next month.”The Great Khali is coming to attend the marriage of his younger brother on Nov 12,” his brother Bhagat Singh Rana informed. Rana said Khali would reach Delhi on Nov 7 and would stay in India for a couple of weeks.Restaurant owners and others are looking forward to the visit of Great Khali.

Deepak in Shimla says, “He has come to India and will be coming to Himachal. He has made the name of Himachal reach out to the world. The people of Himachal and the government here could not have asked for more. We want to meet him. Everyone wants to meet him, and even he can do a lot for Himachal and the children of the place today.”

Roshan Singh, a cobbler is a known fan of the Great Khali recalled the happy moments which they spent together.“His feet were so long that everyone refused to make footwear for him, but then, when I got to know him, I prepared it for him willingly. We shared a very good rapport. I would like to meet him and will be very happy,” Singh said.

Before embarking on his professional wrestling career, Khali was a police officer in the Punjab state police and he has also featured in the films The Longest Yard and Get Smart.

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