11/08 Kohli cut two cakes on his birthday, wants to enjoy real celebration after winning the World Cup
Kohli cut two cakes on his birthday, wants to enjoy real celebration after winning the World Cup
Virat Kohli‘s birthday is celebrated on November 5. The former Indian captain also cut two cakes on the special day. Earlier, he celebrated his birthday with his teammates before the team practice. After that, the Indian journalists who went to Australia to collect news of the World Cup cut the cake with Kohli.
Kohli is very impressed with the surprise given by the journalists. That can be understood at least after seeing Kohli. Kohli said, “You guys have never sent me a cake before. But thank you all for surprising me. Cutting the cake in front of the media at a traditional stadium like the MCG is an amazing feeling.”
But Kohli’s thinking is very different. Want to celebrate the birthday in a big way on November 13. There is also a special reason for it. Kohli, who is currently on a World Cup mission for India, has his eyes on the title. On November 13, after winning the title, Kohli told reporters that he would cut a big cake to celebrate, “I only wanted to cut the cake after winning the World Cup”.
From the love of journalists to celebrating with teammates, it was as if something was missing for Kohli. That impression was also seen on his face. Because Kohli’s wife Anushka Sharma and only daughter Bhamika are not with him on the World Cup tour. Currently they are staying in India. So, Kohli’s heart was not full without being with his loved ones on the special day.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Virat Kohli took to social media to extend birthday wishes to Shikhar Dhawan, who turned 37 on Monday.
Dhawan is currently part of the Indian ODI team on tour of Bangladesh.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the country’s governing body for cricket, took to Twitter to wish Dhawan.
“267 international matches, 10856 international runs 2013 ICC Champions Trophy-winner.
Former India skipper and Dhawan’s teammate, Virat Kohli also took to Instagram to wish the Indian opener.
“Stay cheerful and blessed,” former India captain Virat Kohli said in an Instagram story.
Team India needed another dashing opener who could take the game to the opposition after Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag retired. Shikhar Dhawan’s appealing strokeplay and outstanding ability to score runs filled that gap to perfection. Additionally, Dhawan exhibits flamboyance in both his play and demeanour while on the field.
Dhawan, also known as Gabbar, has captivated the hearts of countless people with his charming demeanour. On the field, he frequently expresses joy by twirling his moustache and slapping his thighs in the kabaddi fashion. Perhaps Dhawan has a son of the soil machismo from his Delhi upbringing.
In ODIs against Australia in October 2010, the Delhi batsman made his international debut for India. Dhawan’s place in the Indian team was, however, confirmed by his remarkable Test debut in 2013. For more than 10 years, Dhawan has consistently performed in both the Indian Premier League (IPL) and international cricket.
One of the most adored cricketers in India, the opener is recognised for his tremendous run-scoring prowess. In the 2013 Champions Trophy, 2015 World Cup, and 2017 Champions Trophy, Dhawan scored the most valuable runs for India. He is also the first player in the Indian Premier League to record two consecutive centuries.
December 11 marks Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli’s fifth wedding anniversary. Since they first started dating in 2013, they have always supported each other and also have a long history of having each other’s backs in the toughest times.