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Here is the real fight of Geeta for winning the gold medal. Dangal is on the real story of Geeta and Babita two sisters, who’s father is also a wrestler. Aamir Khan’s film Dangal is based on her and her sister’s lives.Her role in the movie is played by Fatima Sana Shaikh and younger self is played by Zaira Wasim. Today we tells you the real achievement of Geeta. She comes from a Hindu Jat family of Balali village in Bhiwani district, Haryana. Her father Mahavir Singh Phogat, a former wrestler himself, is also her coach. Her sister Babita Kumari and her cousin Vinesh Phogat are also Commonwealth Games gold medalists.
Geeta won the Gold medal at the Commonwealth Wrestling Championship held in Jalandhar, Punjab between 19 and 21 December 2009.
She won India’s first ever gold medal in women’s wrestling at the Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi beating Emily Bensted from Australia in the gold medal match. Phogat won a gold medal in the Wrestling FILA Asian Olympic Qualification Tournament that concluded at Almaty, Kazakhstan in April 2012. Geeta was beaten in her opening fight by Canadian Tonya Verbeek (1–3). Geeta received a chance to win the bronze medal since the Canadian went to the finals. In the repechage round, she lost her first match to Lazareva from Ukraine.
World wrestling championship were held in 2012, in Canada, Geeta won the bronze medal under the guidance of women chief coach O. P. Yadav of NIS Patiala. In the first round, Geeta faced Maria Gurova of Russia, beating her 3:1. The second round brought a 5:0 loss for Geeta against Saori Yoshida of Japan. With the Japanese grappler making the finals, Geeta contested in the repechage round, first against Akziya Dautbayeva of Kazakhstan whom she beat 3:1 and then winning the bronze medal bout 3:0 against Natalya Sinishin of Ukraine.
At the 2015 Asian Championships in Doha, Geeta finished third winning the bronze medal in the freestyle 58 kg category along with Aiym Abdildina of Kazakhstan. At the 2015 World Championships in Las Vegas, she was drawn against nine-time world Champion, the Japanese Kaori Icho, and lost to her in the opening round 0–10. With Icho qualifying for the finals, Geeta was given a chance to contest in the repechage for the bronze medal. She again lost 0–10 to her opponent, Elif Jale Yeşilırmak of Turkey.