A month ago, the Botlle Cap Challenge had taken the social media by storm. From Bollywood stars to Television actors – everybody seemed hooked to it. What started as a fitness challenge, later saw people add their fun twist to it. Celebrities like Akshay Kumar, Tiger Shroff, Sushmita Sen, and many others already took this challenge a month ago and inspired their fans to take it up too! The bottle cap challenge on social media is the new fad and almost no celebrity has been immune from it. The new celeb bitten by this bug of the bottle cap challenge is none other than the captain of the Men’s Indian Cricket Team himself, Virat Kohli.
Virat Kohli recently posted a video on Instagram taking the challenge himself. As the caption suggested, “Better late than never”, it was a tad bit late considering how everyone was posting their challenge videos a while back. In the cideo, the Indian skipper can be seen keeping his eyes fixed on the bottle and a focused look on his face. He then swings the bat and opens the cap of the bottle. However, what caught our attention was the running commentary in the background. As the video begins, we can hear the pre- recorded commentary of coach Ravi Shastri as he says, “He's a got a wide range of shots, what is he doing to do." After opening the cap of the bottle, Ravi Shastri’s commentary goes on: "Oh, what a shot that is, a flick of the wrist and way she goes, what a shot". Take a look at the video here:
Virat Kohli might be late, but nobody can blame the captain considering how busy the schedule of the team has been in recent times and especially the heartbreaking World Cup campaign. Kohli is currently leading the team against West Indies and finally got some time off to take up the challenge. He is accompanied by his wife Anushka Sharma on this tour and the two were recently spotted having a great time together.
Image Source: Instagram/virat.kohli
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