Virat Kohli’s new initiative will make every Indian proud

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The Indian captain has a huge fan base all over the World. File Pic

Internet Desk: India cricket team captain Virat Kohli is well known for his aggressive mentality on the field, but the star batsman also proved that he is the real king outside the field too. Such an incident happened during the recently concluded limited-overs series between India and New Zealand. Kohli was going to catch the team bus at an airport, where he saw some children chanting his name while sitting on wheelchairs. The India skipper didn’t bother about the security and crowd and went straight to those children and met each of them personally and took selfies with them too. The children too were seen presenting Virat some hand-made drawings. Before leaving the place the India skipper signed autographs for them.

Though this was not the first time that Kohli or any other Indian cricketer was seen doing such a heartwarming thing with the fans.

The Indian captain has a huge fan base all over the World. Whenever the team tours abroad the fans greet him with love. Kohli too doesn’t disappoint his fans and always take selfies and give them autographs.

The Men in Blue clinched the limited overs series against New Zealand after they registered a six-run win in the third and final T20I at the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram.

The World No.1 Indian Test side will face Sri Lanka at home in a three-match Test series, three-match ODI series and three-match T20I series, which is set to start from November 16 at the Eden Gardens.

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