Day before yesterday we brought you up to speed with Virat Kohli’s mean dance moves. The Indian skipper who finds a sweet spot on the Instagram Rich List posted a video busting some dance moves on stage. The Indian cricket captain is known to be a mover and shaker and he leaves no opportunity to put on his dancing shoes and shake it!
Kohli’s latest video on Instagram where he can be seen dancing during the promotional event of a sports apparel brand he endorses, has caught his followers’ attention. Not just his followers actually, but his fellas, RCB teammate AB de Villiers and spinner Harbhajan Singh also noticed his moves.
Virat’s video that was captioned, “Positivity attracts positivity. Your choice defines your outcome” evoked these hilarious responses. Virat’s RCB teammate AB de Villiers wrote, "Mooooves," "Imagine I had to do that," he added. Meanwhile, Harbhajan Singh posted a batch of ROFL emojis.
A few minutes back we told you that Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma’s rift seemed to be getting deeper by the day. Post a dressing room altercation, things spiraled out of proportion between the two, causing a rift more serious than expected. Soon after which, Rohit ended up unfollowing both Virat Kohli and his star wife, Anushka Sharma on social media.
Now, this fight seems to be getting uglier by the day and the senior administrators of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are supposedly trying to douse the flames by getting one of the senior players to post messages of bonhomie within the team on social media.
A senior board functionary said that one of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) members had spoken to a player and proposed the idea that he could write a message on social media that the team environment is “perfectly fine.” The player in question refused to do so.
Image Source: Instagram/virat.kohli
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