Virat Kohli is one of the most disciplined and most consistent players in the world of cricket. His prolific career graph shows how he has always been a match-winner for the Indian team, especially in the shorter formats. The Indian skipper has always been vocal about his feelings on and off the field. An old video of the current Indian captain has been doing the rounds on the internet. In this viral video of Virat Kohli, he talks about his shortest date ever.
Virat Kohli has brought a culture of fitness being the priority, ever since he was appointed as the captain. The fans have witnessed different shades of the Indian skipper on the field and he has always been unequivocal when it comes to the Indian team. Kohli has been rather impressive so far in his short captaincy stint and his team has performed brilliantly if we talk about the past few series that the team has played.
Viral video of Virat Kohli
Kohli has really worked hard on his temperament for which he was constantly criticised in the past. Earlier, Kohli was all about aggression, but Kohli 2.0 is a blend of aggression and calmness. An old video of the Indian captain resurfaced on the internet and has gone viral. In this viral video of Virat Kohli, he is being interviewed by MTV VJ Anusha Dandekar who quizzed the batsman with interesting questions.
Anusha Dandekar riddled the batsman about some of the quickest things he has ever experienced, which included the quickest meal, quickest shower etc. In the same section, Kohli was also asked about the quickest date he has ever had and the outspoken Kohli replied in a jiffy saying that his quickest date lasted for 5 minutes only. When asked about the reason, Kohli said, “She was ugly… I am sorry she was ugly.”
Going by the reply, the old Virat Kohli really had no control over his words and emotions, however the Indian skipper has matured so much now and lead the team amazingly. Virat Kohli & Co. will be playing the ICC Test Championship final against New Zealand in June, after which they will lock horns with England for a five-Test series.