Virat Kohli Mourns The Death of His Pet ‘Bruno’ in torrid times
By CricShotsStaff - May 6, 2020 4:11 pm
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On Wednesday, Indian team captain Virat Kohli took to his social media platforms and paid tribute to his dog Bruno. Bruno was the Indian skipper’s pet that died at the age of 11 years. Kohli is very affectionate of his pet and often shared images of the same.

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli

The Indian skipper shared a photo of his pet and captioned it saying “Rest in peace my Bruno. Graced our lives with love for 11 years but made a connection of a lifetime. Gone to a better place today. God bless his soul with peace.”

Kohli’s wife and popular Bollywood actress, Anushka Sharma also posted an image on Instagram of the same, Anushka Sharma captioned the image with “Bruno RIP.”

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♥️ Bruno ♥️ RIP ♥️

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All cricketing activities have been stopped due to the pandemic outbreak of the Corona Virus across the globe. With no cricket going on, all the cricketers have a lot of free time on their hands right now. Many cricketers like the Indian skipper have been proactive on their social media due to the lockdown.

The Indian captain also took part in Instagram live sessions with prominent cricketers like Kevin Pietersen. During the chat, the Englishman and Virat Kohli discussed cricket, life amongst many other things. Recently, Virat Kohli also joined hands with fellow RCB teammate and South African AB De Villiers. During their interaction, the duo decided to an India-South Africa ODI 11.

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During the same, Virat Kohli and  AB de Villiers also decided to auction their cricketing gears. The duo has planned to auction the bats with which they scored centuries for Royal Challengers Bangalore during an IPL match in 2016. The money raised from the auction will be used for the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.