Babul Supriyo, meanwhile, tweeted a collage of pictures of "champions Neeraj Chopra, Vinesh Phogat, Sumit Malik on winning gold and Sakshi Malik on winning the Bronze Medal".
On Saturday, after a successful day on the wrestling mat with a gold, two silver and a bronze medal, Indian wrestlers will be back in action on penultimate day of the Games in Gold Coast.
And as fate would have it, Phogat managed to clinch Gold by beating Canadian opponent Jessica Macdonald in stunning fashion in the final bout.
With the four wrestling medals, India's tally has now swelled up to 52 medals (23 Gold, 13 Silver and 16 Bronze), which further strengthened the third spot on the medals tally table. Malik and Phogat will be India's biggest gold medal hopes as they look the strong wrestlers in their category of 62kg and 50kg respectively. This was India's 22nd gold at the Gold Games Games.
The two bronze medals were won by Sakshi Malik (women's 62 kg freestyle class) and Somveer (men's 86 kg category).
Somveer missed out on the gold medal bout after losing to Pakistan's Muhammad Inam, who went on to win gold, which was Pakistan's first gold at this edition of the Games.
Mary Kom defeated Northern Ireland's Kristina O'Hara 5-0 in the women's 45-48kg category to bring home the Gold.
Gaurav then followed Mary Kom to win the gold medal in the men's 53kg category. He shot a total of 454.5 to put up a record-breaking performance and win the yellow metal.