Virat Kohli makes the day for the fan with cheeky reply

The fan had asked Kohli to send him something.

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli spends a day out. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Team India skipper Virat Kohli is having a dream run on the field. Under his captaincy, the Indian side recently thumped the Sri Lankan team in the 3-match Test series. Prior to that, the team had won the limited overs series in West Indies and had finished as the finalists in the ICC Champions Trophy this year. Also, team India had a dominating home season of Test cricket in 2016-17 under his leadership.

On the personal front, there has been no lag either. Virat Kohli has been leading the team from the front. He has plundered runs at will and hence, it comes as surprise to see the fan base of Kohli growing with each passing day. Kohli, too, has been very kind and generous off the field when it comes to having interactions with the fans.


He has always graced the requests made by the fans for photographs and autographs whenever possible. Also, during the Indian Premier League (IPL) this year, he had given his award to a fan in the stands during the last fixture of his team Royal Challengers Bangalore. He has been very active on the social media too.

Recently, Virat Kohli made the day for yet another fan. Kohli posted a short video of his new handsfree gadget on the social media. He expressed his excitement about the same. Soon, veteran Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh commented on the post. He asked Kohli to send one to him as well.

Fan joins the conversation

A very cheeky Kohli was quick to respond back asking Harbhajan Singh to keep an eye on the postbox. Amidst this conversation, a fan also replied to Kohli. He asked Kohli to send him something as well – if not anything else, then at least a hello would suffice, he reckoned. “Sanu v bhej do kuch, ghato ghat reply hi,” the fan tweeted. Virat Kohli was very cheeky in responding back to the fan and tweeted, “Ae lo Paaji, aa gaya reply!”

The fan was overwhelmed with the reply and responded back with good wishes for the Indian captain. He wrote, ” Aive hassi jaanda c bhaaji. Jeonde wasde raho babeo, dono jaane. Rabb hor tarakiya bhakshe,” he wrote.