Neeraj Chopra didn't get to compete at the second leg of the Indian Grand Prix at Patiala's National Institute of Sport on February 25 but that didn't mean he was any less of an attraction. While the javelin throw event was won by Rohit Yadav, the camera crew documenting the event for the Athletics Federation of India's YouTube channel had Chopra join in for the post-competition interview. Eventually it was the 21-year-old national record holder, whom most of the questions ended up being directed at. This was understandable as Chopra is undoubtedly the biggest star in Indian athletics right now. As a junior world champion, junior world record holder, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games champion, he's also someone who has genuine world class ability.