Union MoS for Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore has yet again taken the internet by storm with his new initiative called #5MinuteAur. The initiative talks about how kids ask their parents and teachers for more time to play when they are asked to study. Inviting the new age to participate in the #5MinuteAur initiative, Rajyavardhan Rathore has asked them to share their stories with the world in order to extend support for the voices of the young athletes.
Responding to the initiative by the Union Minister, Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty has taken it to Twitter to share his #5MinuteAur story. Adding that 'sports has played an integral part in his life', he said that he plays cricket when he gets 5 more minutes. He went on to urge social media users to participate in the sporting revolution' started by Col Rathore such that the 'kids of our country play the sport they love'.
Have a read at the tweet here:
After the incredible success of the viral #FitnessChallenge, Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore has piloted #5MinuteAur intiative -- one that just about everyone can relate to.
Taking to Twitter, he said, "Remember when we were kids and used to play, Mummy-Papa used to remember homework. And what would we say? Just 5 minutes more. That time there was nobody to speak for us, but now we have a voice! So why don't we come together and become the voice of all Indian children, and say 'Let us play! #5MinuteAur! #KheloIndia.' So tweet, make a video, use the hashtags and tell us you".
He has further tagged an awesome-foursome, naming Virat Kohli first, along with Saina Nehwal, Deepika Padukone and Salman Khan to share their stories.