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Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team who shows aggressive tactics on the field of play, looks very friendly and cool in private life. Recently, when Virat was seen to celebrate the birthday of his Personal Security Guard, this proved to be true.
Guard Faisal Khan first played this star player of cricket world and then fed the cake to his other comrades. After this, Virat made a cake with his hands and then gave a gift to him. Seeing this style of Captain Kohli, Faizal got furious. During this time his other companions were also present.
Virat Kohli does not forget to take his precious time and click the selfie or photo with the fan. Earlier, he was surrounded by fences, especially girls in Adelaide. Girls looked at Virat's autographs, while some took selfies with Virat
Last year Virat Kohli's video was viral, in which he is telling a fan to leave the country. Social media users had trolled them about this video.
In fact, a fan said that instead of Virat Kohli, batting of Australian and England batsmen was more like. In response, Kohli said, 'You should leave the country. Why do you live in our country and love other countries? '
Virat Kohli further said, 'You do not like me, no problem. But, I do not think that you should stay in our country and think like others. You can degrade your concern. '
Virat Kohli further said, 'You do not like me, no problem. But, I do not think that you should stay in our country and think like others. You can degrade your concern.
Some people wrote to Virot, you got married in another country. Others travel to the country and support sports. Cricket is England's game. The game of your country is Kabaddi. Use a foreign language in speaking. Your dress is foreign. In such a situation, you do not have the right to say this.
Talking about the workforce, Virat Kohli is currently busy playing T20 series against Australia at the moment. Kohli and Team have been defeated by the visiting team in their home team 2-0 in the T20 series. Before the ICC Cricket World Cup starting on June 30 in England and Wales, India will play two Twenty20 and five ODIs against the visiting team.