Virat Kohli gave autograph to small throw, watch viral video…

First Natu Natu dance in the first ODI against Australia and now Virat Kohli is setting the internet on fire by talking to a young fan. While stepping out of the Mumbai airport, paparazzi clicked a video of Kohli bonding with a small child. The veteran batsman signed an autograph and also posed for a picture with him.


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Indian star batsman Virat Kohli once again won many hearts as he interacted with a young fan at the Mumbai airport and gave an autograph on his shirt to the little fan. Kohli was a member of the Indian team that left for Visakhapatnam to play Australia in the second One Day International.

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The youngster looked thrilled, and fans applauded Kohli for his humility and kindness. India won the first ODI against Australia by five wickets but it was Kohli who won the battle off the field with this heartwarming gesture towards an emotional young fan.

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A young fan approached Kohli and asked for an autograph as the Indian team was getting off the team bus at the airport. This young man was happily welcomed by the former captain of India. He chatted with her and then signed the back of his T-shirt. The video of this short but sweet conversation is going viral all over the internet.

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Virat always treats fans well and interacts with them in every possible way. This is the reason why he is one of the most loved cricketers in the world. Virat also posed for photographers waiting at the airport with the young fan. Later the child showed his autograph to the media. Meanwhile, Kohli will play in India’s second ODI against Australia in Visakhapatnam in an attempt to win the series.


While fielding during the first ODI between India and Australia, former India skipper Kohli made the internet crazy. In a video that is going viral on Twitter, Kohli danced to the hook step of the famous Oscar-winning song ‘Naatu Naatu’ during the first innings of the match at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

India were chasing 189 when Kohli was dismissed for four off nine balls. The Men in Blue won the first ODI by five wickets, despite Australia having the advantage on a few occasions during the match. India’s chase initially faltered due to an excellent new ball spell from Australia. He lost three wickets in the first five overs.


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