Perhaps, somewhere in cricket dictionary, you can find the synonym of Virat Kohli as ”Controversial”. He is not a new person to it but this time, he was on the receiving end after passing a controversial statement on an Indian fan. Meanwhile, the classic commentator Harsha Bhogle shared his thoughts on the Team India skipper’s statement.

Earlier, one of the fans posted his opinion to Virat Kohli’s social media panel by quoting that he doesn’t like the Indian batsmen style of play. Instead, he likes to watch Australia and England batsmen, who look a bit more stylish. Further, he also added that player is an over-rated cricketer.

The comment did not go down well with Kohli who answered, “I don’t think you should live in India, go and live somewhere else. Why are you living in our country and loving other countries? I don’t mind you not liking me, but I don’t think you should live in our country and like other things. Get your priorities right.”

Virat Kohli, Harsha Bhogle
Virat Kohli (Credits – AFP)

Famous People Must Try Hard To Prevent Themselves From These Controversies- Harsha Bhogle

Meanwhile, the commentator Harsha Bhogle explained the notable personalities should be aware of these controversies. Further, he feels it would be the best idea to stay away from these things.

His tweet read ”Virat Kohli’s statement is a reflection of the bubble that most famous people either slip into or are forced into. The voices within it are frequently those that they wish to hear. It is a comfortable bubble and that is why famous people must try hard to prevent it from forming.”

Harsha Bhogle,India
Harsha Bhogle (Credits – AFP)

”That is also why contrary opinions are frowned upon. Power and fame tend to attract those people who agree with you and reinforce your opinion because they benefit from proximity to fame and power,” he added.

However, it would be interesting to see how things would pan out for the Indian skipper. Meanwhile, as Harsha Bhogle said, it is better to avoid few comments from the fans by notable personalities.