This is what VK urged the young generation

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Virat Kohli is the captain of the Indian cricket team. File Pic

Internet Desk: Virat Kohli has been in some sensational form as a player and as well as a skipper of the Indian team as led his side to eight series victories. After a series win against the Kiwis, Kohli was preoccupied in some promotional activities at New Delhi. Kohli spoke about the importance of outdoor sports and activities and it’s importance on fitness. Owing to his supreme fitness Kohli has been a permanent member of the Men in Blue. Captain Aggressive has also urged the young generation to engage in outdoor activities while use of video games should be reduced.

“These days you see kids playing video games a lot more than outdoor sport. Physical activity is very important. And my message is not just for the youth, it is for everyone in our country,” said Kohli at the launch of his lifestyle brand, One8, in collaboration with Puma.

Kohli also advised the youngsters to stay away from social media.

“One should spend only limited time on social media rather being on it for major part of the day, like what is happening nowadays. I too used to spend a lot of time on social media but now I have realised it is a waste of time.

“You can use your time in doing something much more productive,” said Kohli.

The launch took place at a popular shopping mall where Kohli, sporting his own label, played a round of basketball and football with a selected bunch of boys and girls.

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