'Ashram hai yeh'- Virat Kohli requests fans not to record videos of his autograph session in Rishikesh

Virat Kohli recently visited Rishikesh with his wife Anushka Sharma.

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Ahead of the four-match home Test series against Australia starting February 9, Virat Kohli and his better half Anushka Sharma paid a visit to Rishikesh for seeking blessings. Kohli has been rested for the ongoing T20Is against New Zealand.

Meanwhile, Kohli and his family visited the Swami Dayanand Ji Maharaj’s samadhi at Swami Dayanand Ashram in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. During their visit to the holy place, Kohli was dressed in a holy attire and videos of him giving autographs to fans went viral on social media in no time.

However, while signing autographs, the batting megastar politely requested the fans not to record any videos by saying,“Ashram Hai Yeh” (This is a spiritual hermitage). Notably, Virat and Anushka also went on to organize a bhandara for the saints in Rishikesh.

Watch the video here:

Virat Kohli eyeing another international ton

Virat Kohli will be hoping to make his bat do the talking in the upcoming four-match Test series as his performance on the 22 yards has not been up to the mark in red-ball cricket in the last couple of years. He has not notched up a ton in the longest format since November 2019 and would be hoping to end the century drought this time around.

Should the batting icon breach three figures in this series, then it will be his 28th in Tests and 75th in international cricket. In the last two months, Virat has registered two centuries in One Day Internationals and had scored his maiden T20I ton during the Asia Cup fixture back in September last year.

Now, he would be gearing up to face the lethal Australian bowling attack to rediscover his rhythm in Test cricket and playing a crucial role in helping India retain the iconic Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

India registered successive Test series triumphs down under in 2018-19 and 2020-21 seasons while the Aussies are yet to win a red-ball series on Indian soil since 2004-05. They have not lifted the Border-Gavaskar Trophy since the 2014-15 home series.

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