Virat Kohli was a typical Punjabi boy who played cricket just for the fun of it until one day his father decided to take him to the newly formed West Delhi Cricket Academy in 1998. And the rest as they say is history.
So, we decided to take a trip down the memory lane and dig up some exclusive and unseen pictures of him from the by lanes of West Delhi to setting the world stage on fire. Here is a look at ‘Sadda Munda’ Virat Kohli before he became famous to the present day rockstar that he is:
You know that the guy had fashion sense embedded in his childhood when the bow is colour blocking the cap and vest.
Kyuki daag acche hai!
Ah! Is it Kufri you ask? Probably Yes!
Family and Friends – Virat Kohli’s father played a very crucial part in developing his temperament and his sudden demise in 2006 made him tougher and stronger.
Virat Kohli looking envious of Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid after a practice game with his academy gang.
Virat Kohli with his elder sister Bhawna.
Under-19 World Cup Champion.
Virat Kohli with his coach Rajkumar Sharma, credited for his success in international cricket.
When the boy turned out to be a real man and shouldered the burden of a billion people’s hope in his first World Cup.
– Courtesy Men’sXP