(Last Updated on : 27/09/2014)
Mir Ranjan Negi is an Indian field hockey player in the Indian national hockey team. He is also the former goal keeper of Indian hockey team. He is also an active participant in Chak De India. Mir Ranjan Negi trained the actors to play hockey for the film Chak De India. He is a good name in hockey in India
This famous Indian filed hockey player, Mir Ranjan Negi was born in Almora District
. In the 1982 Asian Games, Mir Ranjan Negi was the goalkeeper for the India national field hockey team in the final field hockey match against Pakistan. India lost 1-7.
Mir Ranjan Negi returned himself as a successful coach in goalkeeping for the 1998 Asian Games in which the Indian national field hockey team won the Gold medal. This position, however, only proved temporary and he left the game once again.
Four years later, Mir Ranjan Negi was hired to be the goalkeeping coach of the India women's national field hockey team. The team won the Gold Medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Mir Ranjan Negi was also the assistant coach for the Women's team when it won the Gold at the 2004 Hockey Asia Cup.
Mir Ranjan Negi involved in the development of the 2007 Bollywood flick, Chak De India. Mir Ranjan Negi has often been compared with Kabir Khan to the countrymen.
Mir Ranjan Negi entered in the world of television arena after he got involved in a Dance reality show. The dance of Mir Ranjan Negi was choreographed by Choreographer Marischa Fernandes. He reached the semi finals against Sandhya Mridul, Prachi Desai and jai Bhanushali all three of them were television actors.
Mir Ranjan Negi also worked in a musical album (Maya Ku Mundaru) by the Garhratana Mr. Narendera Singh Negi. The song is Harshu mama. He has also worked in a movie Chakachak Mumbai.
Mir Ranjan Negi also has a high-quality track record with the women's hockey team as he was the goalkeeping coach of the side of Womens Indian Hockey Team that won the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games that was held in 2002. Mir Ranjan Negi was the assistant coach of the Indian Womens Hockey Team in Asia Cup that was held in the year 2004.