Sehej Maini is an Indian athlete who represents India in weightlifting and won a bronze medal at the 2019 World Championships. She also rose to fame after participating in the acclaimed MTV season 18 reality show Roadies Revolution.
Sehej Maini Wiki/Biography
Sehej Maini, born in 1998, will be 22 years old in 2020. She was born and raised in a middle-class family in Pune, Maharashtra, India. She completed her primary education at a private school in her hometown and then graduated from a private university in her hometown.
She has been passionate about weightlifting since childhood and has always wanted to represent India in a certain sport all over the world.
family, friend and relationship
Sehej Maini comes from a middle class Hindu family from Pune, Maharashtra, India. She follows the Hindu religion and has Indian citizenship. Not much is known about her family, as she never revealed anything about her parents and other family members. She is very close to her family and her family is very supportive of her career. Her trainer’s name is Johnny Mehendele.
Marital Status Shohei Maini is single. She is currently not dating anyone and is not even married. She has always said that right now she is only focused on her future career and she wants to stay away from relationship rumors.
Shohei Maini is a beautiful young woman. She has a perfectly shaped hot body and an impressive personality. She is passionate about exercise and follows a strict diet and gym program to stay fit and healthy and keep her body strong. Her physique is slender like an hourglass and her body measurements are almost 322,834 inches.
She is 4 feet 11 inches tall and weighs approximately 48 kg. She has beautiful long black hair and sparkling black eyes. There were no tattoos drawn on her body.
Sahej Maini started her career as a weightlifter and competed in many local tournaments and won many. She also competed at the Lucknow National Championships in November 2018 and won the overall bronze medal.
He trains at the Sonam Health Club under the guidance of his trainer Johnny Mehendele. It was his trainer who suggested changing his interest from powerlifting to powerlifting. He then represented India at the World Powerlifting Championships in November 2019 in Helsingborg, Sweden, winning the bronze medal in bench press. He also did not receive any medals in the general lifting category, placing fourth in that category.
She is the only Indian woman to have received a medal during the championships and she made the whole country proud of her. She recently starred in the eighteenth season of the hit MTV reality show Roadies, which premiered on February 15, 2020 on MTV. It was her first screen appearance of hers and she gained popularity and following after the show.
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He has repeatedly talked about his hobbies, as he likes working out at the gym, traveling, and listening to songs. He also said that he wants to show that powerlifting and powerlifting are not just for men, and he was absolutely right. He also impressed all of the MTV Roadies judges with his physical strength and impressive skills.