I feel Virat is the best cricketer at the moment: Brett Lee
Published - Jul 30, 2016 1:13 pm | Updated - Jul 30, 2016 1:13 pm
Australian cricketer Brett Lee, who is currently in India to promote his film “UnIndian”, has rated India Test skipper Virat Kohli as the best cricketer at the moment.
“I feel Virat is the best cricketer at the moment. Sachin (Tendulkar) is the best batsman and now I feel Virat (Kohli) is tremendous from his work ethic…. his aggression is amazing. People look up to him,” Lee told reporters here.
Lee also says that he still loves cricket but getting into acting is the second innings of his life.
“I still love cricket. You will always respect the game enough but this is my second innings,” he said.
Talking about his film “UnIndian”, he said: “I want people to enjoy the film. It’s a romantic comedy and there is humor and lot of passion.”
“This film is about a cross-cultural relationship. After watching it, a lot of people have come and said that’s what we are going through,” he added.
The movie directed by Anupam Sharma featuring a cast of Tannishtha Chatterjee, Supriya Pathak, Akash Khurana and Gulshan Grover has already landed in bit of trouble as the Censor Board of India has raised objections because of the love-making sequence between both the actors.
The board has reportedly found the length of the bareback lovemaking scenes a bit too much to bear and has asked the makers to trim it down from a minute to only a few seconds. However, Brett believes the scenes have been done appropriately.