Virat Kohli once again won hearts of his fans off the field. The Indian skipper usually steals hearts with his brilliant display of batting on the field. His domination with the bat has given him a prefix of ‘King’, and fans call him ‘King Kohli’ for his consistent performance which he wears as a crown.
Kohli has a big heart and an instance was seen during the recently-concluded limited-overs series between India and New Zealand. Virat, before boarding the team bus at an airport, saw some children in wheelchairs cheering for him.
Without caring about the security and crowd, the Indian captain went and met every single kid and clicked selfies with them.
The children were seen presenting some drawings and hand-made paintings to Kohli. The Indian skipper signed autographs and shook hands with them.
This is not the first time Kohli or any Team India member was seen greeting their fans. Before the Australian series in September at Chennai, Virat Kohli had said that he never want to disappoint children who can be productive for the country in future. He presses that he always loves to give his autograph for kids.
Speaking at the press conference regarding the same, Virat Kohli quoted that ”I don’t want to disappoint children in giving autographs because someone can get inspired at some stage and do something productive. So, I always look to sign autographs and give pictures for the kids.”
Kohli has a huge fan following around the world.
India will take on Sri Lanka in a long home series starting November 16. India will play three Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is against the Lankans.
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