This is the reason that every common and special is forced to live inside their homes. It also includes players. However, on one pretext, they take the opportunity to interact with the fans.
In the same sequence, Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and former England cricket team captain Kevin Pietersen had a live chat on Instagram.
This conversation was like the two friends met after a long time. Kohli and Peterson began negotiations with the lockdown caused by the coronavirus epidemic.
Kohli said, “We lost our form just before the lockdown. Got some time here. However, it is shocking. People are facing difficult times. ”On spending quality time with Anushka, Virat said,“ We have not been in one place together for so long. It is unique. However, it is not good at all except for the chance to spend time together. ‘
Virat said, but what he has now is. We are alert to Remain positive. If not, then I would be roaming with you at the Chinnaswamy Stadium.
Meanwhile, Peterson asks Virat how his nickname was ‘Chiku’. Kohli said, “My Ranji Trophy coach gave this nickname. My cheeks used to be quite big then. ‘
Virat told, “In 2007 I felt that my hair was getting shorter. I cut my hair short. Because of this, cheeks and ears on my face started to look big. The comic book Champak had a rabbit character named Chiku. I got this nickname from the same cartoon character. ‘
What Virat Kohli told next was even more interesting. Kohli revealed that Mahendra Singh Dhoni made this Chiku name famous. He said that yes, it was MS Dhoni who made my nickname famous. They used to shout from behind the stump and call me by this name.