Virat Kohli has already set high standards for himself at a very young age that he wanted to become a world-class cricketer. He always had the dream to represent the nation with pride. He developed an interest to play the game. He initially struggled but after a hoard of practice sessions, he was able to middle the balls deftly and that’s how the journey started.
Today, he is recognised as the best batsman in the world. His unbelievable records serve as a testament to the fact. He is tagged as the run-machine for his impeccable ability to score runs at a brisk pace. He became the fastest to reach 10,000 runs and going by the speed at which Kohli is batting, he is bound to break all the records set by his idol Sachin Tendulkar. Yes, we can surely expect that from this guy who always gives 120% commitment on the field.
Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli is already going places not just in the game of cricket but also in other business ventures as well. He earns whopping money through advertisements, endorsements. Virat Kohli owns a string of gyms under the name ‘Chisel’. He has invested money in startups named ‘Stepathlon Kids’ and ‘Sports Convo’, wherein he is also a brand ambassador. In addition to that, he has an e-commerce fashion brand WROGN.
Besides being rich, he loves to be simple. He is also arguably the fittest cricketer in the world. During the initial stages of his career, Virat Kohli was not fit as he was termed ‘Chubby boy’. However, he worked on his fitness levels and grew from strength to strength over the years. Meanwhile, PM Narendra Modi asked a hilarious question to Indian captain Virat Kohli.
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The conversation between PM Modi and Virat Kohli took place during the first anniversary of the “Fit India” movement. PM Modi was seen talking to fitness influencers and top athletes across the nation and Virat Kohli was one among them.
During the interaction, PM Modi asked Virat Kohli whether he ever gets tired or not while working on fitness. In reply, Virat Kohli added that fitness has been his mantra to success over the years.