Robert Lin Woon Fui is a former Malaysian national badminton player. He came fifth at the 2006 IBF World Championships – Men's Doubles with his partner Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari. Lin works as a player-coach at the AirAsia Badminton Academy. Lin was born in Malaysia, he was the second child of Chin Nyok Chin. Lin's love for the sport developed. Though he loved playing the drums, he opted for badminton and became school champion when he was nine. Four years Lin joined the Badminton Association of Malaysia academy following the guidance of Selangor state coach Moe Chin Kiat; when he turned 17, the coaches at the BAM academy, including Malaysian shuttler Cheah Soon Kit saw his potential in doubles and directed him accordingly. In 2002, Lin was promoted to the Malaysian national back-up squad where he began his partnership with Fairuzizuan. Two years the pair broke through at the 2004 Badminton Asia Championships where they landed their first title, they won the Malaysian National Circuit Grand Prix Finals a year upsetting favourites Chan Chong Ming-Koo Kien Keat in the finals on December 15.
Their numerous victories over legendary Chinese badminton duo Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng rank among their favourite moments. On January 19, 2006, they thrashed 15-6 in the All-England Open; the pair reached the semi-finals. That same year, they reached the Malaysian Open finals. Lin and Fairuzizan again defeated Cai Yun-Fu Haifeng at the 2006 Badminton Asia Championships where they won 21-15, 13-21, 21-17; the Malaysians were dubbed the “Chinese men's doubles killer” as they defeated Guo Zhendong and Xie Zhongbo in the 2006 Badminton World Federation World Championships in Madrid. They won 15-21, 21-16, 21-14. Following numerous victories and Fairuzizuan's career stagnated and they split up in March 2007. Before their split, they helped Malaysia win the team bronze medal at the 2006 Asian Games, winning two of their three matches. Lin partnered with Gan Teik Chai. Though the partnership took time to bear fruit, they won two bronze medals at the 2007 SEA Games in the men's doubles and team events, they faced their former partners Fairuzizuan and Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif at the Singapore Super Series final in June 2008.
Lin partnered with youngster Goh V Shem with whom he won the 2008 Malaysia International Challenge, defeating Ong Jian Guo-Gan Teik Chai 21-19, 21-18. In 2009, Lin became the head coach of the AirAsia Badminton Academy, he competed in tournaments. While with AirAsia he continued to mentor V Shem, partnering with him from October 2009 to January 2010 while pairing with Thien How Hoon. Under Lin's tutelage, Shem formed a formidable partnership with Tan Wee Kiong, winning a silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and 2016 Olympic Games. Lin took a few years off to concentrate on his coaching career before returning to competitive action. Partnered with his best friend Lee Yan Sheng, he reached the man draw for the Osaka International Challenge in 2013 and the Smiling Fish Thailand International Series. Lin played in the inaugural Purple League for the Johor-based Nusajaya Badminton Club, coached several Hong Kong celebrities and prominent Malaysians in his spare time
Boyz is a 2017 Marathi film directed by Vishal Devrukhkar, produced by Lalasaheb Shinde and Rajendra Shinde and presented by the singer Avadhoot Gupte. The film stars Sumant Shinde, Parth Bhalerao, Pratik Lad and Ritika Shrotri in lead roles, marks the acting debut for Sumant Shinde and Pratik Lad. A sequel named Boyz 2 was released on 5 October 2018; this is a tale of Kabir "Gayatri" Panigrahi, raised by his mother alone. He's tired of facing questions about his father. All the time his mother steers away from the discussion whenever they come to the topic of Kabir's father, which has now developed deep cracks between the two; the only communication thread between them is Kabir's aunt. Citing the tense atmosphere at home his mother and aunt decide to send Kabir to a Boarding school. Two years on, Kabir has settled at the School and has earned every possible success, achievable. He's striving for success all the time although the questions about the identity of his father still keep haunting him.
Dhairya and Dhungya, two village children get inducted in school as a special case. Both Dhairya and Dhungya are full of mischiefs. Tired of their deeds the villagers have arranged their admission to the boarding school to keep them away; the new entrants start to show their colors and the institute, based on its principles start to witness changes. Would the presence of Dhairya & Dhungya affect Kabir? would it be the positive or negative effect? Would Kabir be able to find his answers? Will the broken relation between Kabir and his Mother be mended? Would Dhairya and Dhungya change their ways and initiate responsible beginning? All that forms the crux of the story. Sumant Shinde as Kabir Gayatri Panigrahi Parth Bhalerao as Dhungraj aka "Dhungya" Pratik Lad as Dhairyasheel aka "Dhairya" Ritika Shroti as Grace Santosh Juvekar as Mandar sir Shilpa Tulaskar as Gayatri Panigrahi Sharvari Jamenis as Radhika Zakir Hussain as Fernandez Sir Bhalchandra Kadam as Baban Vaibhav Mangle as Namya Ashvini Mahangade as Teacher Sunny Leone as Item number "Kutha kutha jayacha honeymoon la" Boyz was released on 8 September 2017, with the first weekend collection over ₹3.72 crore at the box office.
The film collected ₹8.40 crore in its first week. And became a surprise blockbuster at the box office. A sequel named; the music of the film is composed by Avadhoot Gupte with lyrics by Vaibhav Joshi. Boyz on IMDb