Virat Kohli has time and again proved that he is a heart of gold both on and off the field. Few days ago he paid a visit to a Bangalore animal shelter, from where he adopted 15 dogs, who needed special attention. Now, the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper visited specially-abled children at a non-governmental organization in Bengaluru.

Kohli was accompanied with his teammates AB de Villiers and Shane Watson. This was a part of the Llyod Spreading Happiness Initiative. The RCB players took some time out of their busy schedule and paid a visit to these children and brought smiles on their faces. 

"Children and Youth are the next generation of students, leaders, entrepreneurs, and the future of the country and there is no better tool. This initiative is not just about fulfilling their basic needs but making them able to take care of their own needs and giving them an opportunity to learn, equipping them to face challenges and preparing them to be tomorrow's leaders. I am glad to be associated with a foundation and contribute towards this endeavor," Kohli was quoted as saying by the official website of RCB.

The Indian captain even posted a photo on his social media accounts. Take a look at these photo