A look at Virat Kohli's heart-winning humble gestures off-field
First Published 29, Oct 2020, 5:29 PM
Though we see Virat Kohli as a youngster with aggression on screen, he is quite the opposite in his life, especially when he is off the field. There, he is seen as a man with a calm head, ready to extend his helping hand whichever way possible.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli is the number one batsman in the world. Hailed as one of the fittest athletes around the world, he is an inspiration for millions.
As far as his character is concerned, he is often known for his aggressive behaviour and a player with short temperament. However, he is relatively calm, composed and grounded when seen in his real life. Here are his off-field gestures that will make you a Kohli fan, even if you don’t admire him dearly.
Kohli was spotted spending the entire day at the Abhalmaya Old Age home, in Pune. He respects the elders and intends to not ignore them.
His love for children is no less. He is known to run a foundation called the ‘Virat Kohli Charity Foundation for the underprivileged’. He tries to ensure to serve the children in every little way.
During one of his stays in a hotel, a fan named Malabika came to meet Kohli. Suffering from a problem, she used a walker and was stopped by security. So, Virat asked them to let her through and even clicked a photo with her.
He is an ardent supporter of women and often promotes their empowerment. He came out with a special post on Women’s Day.
Kohli was even serving his helping hand to stray animals too. He was seen giving water to a guard dog, at the Chepauk Stadium, in Chennai.
The image shows that his love for the nation is not just restricted to cricket. Here, he is seen with the army men, which shows that his interests for the nation are much higher.