The captain of the Indian Cricket Team, Virat Kohli, is one of the richest and most-followed athletes not only in India but around the globe. With his sheer talent and dedication towards the sport, Virat Kohli has emerged as the ultimate match-winner in international cricket and has everything that he once desired off.
However, there was a time when Virat and his family had to struggle to make both ends meet. Virat’s father was in Delhi police, and the entire family had humble beginnings. Now that Virat Kohli has come so far in his career, he has recently shared a hilarious anecdote about travelling in a DTC bus without a ticket.
Virat participated in an Instagram live chat with Indian Football Team captain, Sunil Chhetri on Sunday. During the conversation, both of them shared many of their life’s incidents. They also shared their experiences of travelling by buses.
Virat Kohli Shares A Hilarious Anecdote Of Travelling In A DTC Bus
Suni Chhetri asked him that if he ever travelled by bus without a ticket. Virat Kohli replied by saying that he never had the confidence to do that. He added that he could never lie to the bus conductor and call himself a staff member.
“No, I’ve never done all such things. People didn’t take me seriously after looking at my face. Had I told them I’m a staff member I would have got caught. Staff members had a personality to go along with it but we didn’t have that. I once told the conductor I’m a staff member but the conductor asked me such questions that I exited the bus. I’ve never been able to travel without a ticket by lying to the conductor that I’m staff. But I’ve seen other boys do it, they had a different level of confidence and aura,” Kohli said.
Virat Kohli Has Emerged As A Saviour For Team India
Virat Kohli is arguably the best batsman in world cricket at the moment. He is racking up records for fun, and he is likely to reach the summit in this list in coming times. The flamboyant Indian skipper has already smashed 70 international centuries so far and just seems to get better with days going by.
Kohli is now eighth on the list of the most runs scored by a batsman in international cricket but has a very long career ahead and the kind of form that he has been in, it seems a considerable possibility that Kohli will lead this chart too.