'Baby ka photo mat lena' - Virat Kohli requests media to not click daughter Vamika's pictures as India leaves for South Africa

‘Baby ka photo mat lena’ – Virat Kohli requests media to not click daughter Vamika’s pictures as India leaves for South Africa

Apart from Kohli, the other Indian cricketers were also seen getting down from the team bus ahead of India’s departure to South Africa.

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have been particular not to expose their child Vamika in front of the camera. And, when the Indian team was getting ready to depart to South Africa, the Indian Test skipper was seen telling the photographers not to take the picture of his child.

Kohli got down from the team bus, and was seen telling the photographers ‘Baby ka photo mat lena’. Apart from Kohli, the other Indian cricketers were also seen getting down from the team bus ahead of India’s departure to South Africa.

Also, along with Kohli, even his wife and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma and his child were also seen getting down from the bus as well. You can see the video below.

Virat Kohli was removed as Indian ODI captain ahead of the South Africa series

Virat Kohli was removed as the captain of the Indian ODI side ahead of the team’s departure to South Africa. Rohit Sharma will now don the skipper’s hat for the Indian side in the ODI format of the game. This was confirmed by the official Twitter handle of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

“The All-India Senior Selection Committee also decided to name Mr Rohit Sharma as the Captain of the ODI & T20I teams going forward,” read the tweet from the official Twitter handle of the BCCI.

You can see the tweet from the BCCI below

Earlier, there were rumours that Kohli was going to skip the ODI series. But then, Kohli cleared the air and confirmed that he is available for selection for the ODI leg of the tour as well. The 33-year-old cricket legend also said that there were ‘lies’ that were written about him. India will kickstart their South African tour with a three-match Test series, that will commence on 26th December 2021.