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After Virat Kohli’s Childhood Pic, His Teenage Slam Book Is Going Viral On Social Media


After Virat Kohli’s Childhood Pic, His Teenage Slam Book Is Going Viral On Social Media

The skipper of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli is one of the most followed sportspersons all over the world and there are many youngsters who consider him as their inspiration and idol. The cricketer has impressed everyone not only with his cricketing skills and performances but also with his love for fitness.

The fans of Virat Kohli like to know everything about him whether it is about his present or past and recently the fans got lucky as Shalaj Sondhi, a friend of the Indian skipper, posted some old photos of the times when they used to play together. Shalaj and Virat have played for Delhi in the Ranji trophy and the photos that were posted by the former on his Instagram account soon went viral.

The photos of Virat’s slam book also went viral as in the slam book, he wrote personal details about himself and also mentioned that his favourite hobby was playing football. Talking about the happiest moment of his life till that time, it was joining the cricket academy for making his career in cricket.

Quite interestingly, in the section “Most Embarrassing Moment”, Kohli first wrote “Not yet”, then cut it and wrote “Not yet” again. Virat Kohli has written that becoming a cricketer is his ambition and Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan is the most admirable person for him.

Earlier the photo of a circular of Virat’s school went viral in which the school informed all the parents that three students of the school would be playing for Delhi U-15 and Virat Kohli had been chosen as the skipper of the team.

Some time ago, old photos of Anushka Sharma with MS Dhoni’s wife Sakshi Dhoni went viral and now old photos of Virat Kohli are going viral. The fans of Virushka are certainly having a great time while treating themselves with childhood stuffs of their favourite stars.

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