Volleyball was the topic of conversation at breakfast and dinner table but badminton player Pullela Gopichand was P.V. Sindhu's hero. At a time when Saina Nehwal was a rising star eight-year-old Sindhu would travel over 40 kilometres from her home in a railway colony in Secunderabad every day to get to Gopichand's academy and train. Shuttling to the Top: The Story of P.V. Sindhu is the fascinating story of the junior player who went on to be the first Indian to win an Olympic silver medal for badminton.