Watch: Adorable video of dog lover Virat Kohli at Nagpur


Virat Kohli with a security dog at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Jamtha. Image Source: twitter@BCCI

Internet Desk: An adorable moment occurred today at the start of the second day’s play of the second test match at Jamtha. The moment was created when Indian captain Virat Kohli, a dog lover by heart found a new friend today at the VCA stadium. The Indian captain’s love for dogs is no more an open secret. Kohli has often been found hanging around with dogs wherever an opportunity arises.

A heart-warming scene happened today when Kohli found time to get candid with a security dog at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium. The video, posted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on their official Twitter handle, has gone viral on social media.

Kohli, just like his former captain MS Dhoni, is an ardent dog-lover. This isn’t the first time though that Kohli has been captured showering love on canines either. Earlier in April this year, the skipper had adopted 15 destitute dogs.

Kohli is a proud owner of a white Pomeranian, a golden retriever named Rica and another breed named Bruno. He often posts pictures of his dogs on his instagram handle.


Instagram post of Virat Kohli with his pet dog Bruno.



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