Ahead of the upcoming West Indies tour, India‘s Test captain Virat Kohli went candid with his fans and shared his childhood experiences at an event. Sharing his childhood memories on how he used to spend his holidays, Kohli said, “I generally used to spend my holidays by playing cricket all the time or play badminton in society.” Completing holiday homework is the major pressure that children have in holidays and it was no different for the top-ranked T20 batsman, who said the homework was a ‘big headache’ for him and he never ended up finishing it.
The RCB captain who has played most number of matches at the home ground of RCB, M Chinnaswamy stadium, said that it is now easy to bat at Chinnaswamy than to bat at Smaaash 360 degree cricket stimulator. Kohli, who was happy to be a part of virtual gaming arena on Thursday, further said, “I remember virtual arcade was expensive for us to go out, for a game at virtual station it used to cost rupees 10 for a coin which was difficult to afford at that time.”
Earlier, Virat Kohli‘s fans were in for a treat when the Indian skipper and star batsman decided to get candid with them as a part of a fan meet session here on Thursday. Over 35 select fans got a chance to meet him. The star cricketer played the game ‘Never Have I Ever…’ with the members of the Virat Fanbox, Kohli’s exclusive fan club launched in April 2016 in partnership with PrivyPlex, read a statement. Fanbox members asked him questions about the number of tattoos on his arms, and the people he first speaks to after a match is over. Kohli, who is linked to actress Anushka Sharma, jumped at the opportunity and revealed some unknown secrets about himself. He said he has never been to Switzerland, and is yet to see the Taj Mahal in Agra.