Virat Kohli is one of the best players in the world currently. He is a world-class player across all formats of the game. However, his recent form hasn’t been that good. He has been struggling to score runs, which has often put him on the back foot.
The fact that he scored his last international century in 2019 goes to show how his lack of confidence. However, the fans totally believe that Kohli will hog the limelight once again in the ongoing edition of the Asia Cup 2022 and in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022.
The right-handed batsman even scored a crucial 35 in the recently-concluded game against Pakistan at Dubai International Stadium, Dubai.
Kohli is also one of the richest cricketers in the world with a net worth of around INR 700 crore. He is also the most-followed celebrity in Asia on Instagram as he has already crossed 200 million followers. Besides his earnings from international cricket, he also earns through endorsing brands, advertisements and so on.
The 33-year-old stalwart also loves to purchase luxury cars and has his own car collection in his garage. He owns Audi Q7, Audi RS5, Land Rover Vogue, Bentley Flying Spur, and Bentley Continental GT.
Recently, he completed a unique milestone of achieving 200 million followers on the micro-blogging Instagram platform. Notably, Kohli is now the third most followed sports athlete on Instagram, only behind football icons Cristiano Ronaldo, who leads the way with 451 million followers and Lionel Messi, who has 334 million followers.
Virat Kohli’s brother responds to a fan who tried to troll him
Meanwhile, one of the fans took to Instagram and trolled Virat Kohli’s brother Vikas Kohli. The user trolled Vikas Kohli for having fewer followers and added that his brother Kohli has a huge fan following on Instagram.
The fan also pointed out that Vikas Kohli hasn’t even reached 1 million followers on Instagram. Vikas Kohli has over 1.4 lakh followers on Instagram.
The fan wrote, “Brother (Virat Kohli) subscribers have reached 200 million and you haven’t reached 1 Million.” In reply, Vikas Kohli wrote, “Kid please do something productive don’t lecture here.”