Kohli talks about his biopic and the gift he wants to give Chahal
By Sandy - Mar 14, 2018 3:46 pm
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Indian skipper Virat Kohli recently spoke out about himself. While he had a talk about his busy cricket schedules along with his biopic, he also revealed the gift which he wants to give one of his reliable bowlers Yuzvendra Chahal.

Virat Kohli

Kohli was asked that to whom he wants to gift and what will be the gift. The Indian skipper mentioned that he will gift a watch to the leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal for always getting late.

According to the Times Now, Kohli said on that, “I will give him a watch because he is always late. I will give him any watch just to keep a check on time…it will have to be a rubber band strap or something because all the other straps will be a little lose for him.”

Virat Kohli and Yuzvendra Chahal

Kohli is not only the leader of Yuzvendra Chahal for the national team, he also leads the 27-years old leg-spinner in the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

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Virat Kohli is not featuring in the ongoing T20I tri-nation series, which is called 2018 Nidahas Trophy. While Rohit Sharma is leading the Indian squad, Kohli is busy to revive his body as the workload has started to take a toll on his body.

Talking about taking rest from the ongoing series, Kohli revealed, “Physically I had a few niggles, I am just getting over those. The workload has started to disagree (taking a toll) with me a little bit. I have to be very careful about how I go forward with my body, my mind, my cricket.”

Kohli wants to play the IPL with the fresh mind and that’s why this break is important for him. He said, “When I am done with this period, obviously in the IPL I will be coming out fresh. I will be mentally in a better place on the field. I have been on the road for a long, long time. I have hardly missed any games. You need to pay respect to your body as well at times and this phase is very important to me.”

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While presently the sportsmen’s biopic is trending in India, Virat is not thinking any biopic to be made on him.

The 29-years old right-handed batsman quoted, “I don’t think there will be a biopic made on me. I think it will be just a real account of what my life has been like.”

Kohli was further asked that who could be perfect for his role, which he answered, “I don’t know… I mean, there are many talented people out there. But I’m still quite a few years from there, some new talented actor will come along and he might fit the role perfectly. If something like that happens, but that’s far far away.”