Well, the Koffee With Karan Show has been the biggest talk show in the National Tv. The show got quite a decent reputation with a lot of fans going crazy about it. Meanwhile, the latest celebrities to sit on the couch is from Indian cricket fraternity. The rockstar Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul attended the show, who spoke on their skipper Virat Kohli.

The duo revealed a lot of cheeky dressing room and personal secrets on the show and also got involved in a hilarious question-answer mode which is a norm of the show. The rapid-fire round of the show has been the big hit, which garnered a huge fan base.

KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya, Koffee With Karan
Virat Kohli with KL Rahul. (Credits – AP)

“I think Virat. He needs to calm down. I keep telling him, he’s just, he has never had a holiday mode. He’s always like ‘work, work, work’,” Rahul said. Moreover, Hardik Pandya was also all about Virat Kohli while answering the rapid-fire questions.

When asked about from whom he will take the fitness advice, who is the best prankster in the team and the award for the most romantic person, Pandya responded with only one name saying, “Virat.” Both the cricketers are currently in Australia with the Test team as they are on the cusp of creating history by registering a maiden series victory in the format down under.

KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya, Koffee With Karan
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On the work front:

Coming to the individual works, all the three cricketers are currently involved in the series against Australia. Hardik Pandya has been added to the Test squad but couldn’t quite attract the management to find a place in the playing XI.

Meanwhile, KL Rahul had one of the worst tours in his career. He is on the thin ice, as far as his future in the Test circuit is concerned. He got one final chance in the fourth and final Test at Sydney, which also went in vain for the opener.

Coming to Virat Kohli, he is currently enjoying his time with the Test unit in Australia. He is all set to create a history in Australia by winning a series in Australia for the first time in the cricketing history.