Former RCB skipper Virat Kohli is regarded as one of the best to grace the game. But for quite some time now, Kohli has been far from showing his best capabilities, and his longstanding lean phase has been stretched to more than expected. Kohli's current form has become talk of the town, and every time the dynamic batter steps in the middle, everyone expects a better show from him. However, Kohli has not shown any such signs in the ongoing IPL season and has only scored 216 runs in 12 games.
RCB management and skipper have repeatedly said that Kohli is in the right frame of mindset, and it's just a matter of time before he returns to his run-machine avatar. In his recent appearance at RCB Insider, Kohli was seen in a lighter mood and laughing at his own dull form. He even accepted the fact after getting back-to-back ducks, now he has seen everything the game can serve to any batter.
Kohli's positive attitude and nature to laugh at his own mistakes impressed his wife and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma. She shared the clip on her Instagram story with an interesting caption. She wrote, "If you cannot laugh at yourself, you may be missing the colossal joke of the century" on her IG story while sharing a clip from Kohli's latest interview.
The 33-year-old commented on growing criticism over his current form as the Indian batter claimed that he hardly gives any heat to all the noise going around. He also added that critics don't have any idea about his life, so he tried to cut the maximum noise by not paying attention to it.
"They don't know what I am going through; they are unaware of my process, how I am trying to improve and what I feel when I don't score well. So, better I ignore words of such people and focus on my game," he said.
Seen everything now: Virat Kohli
Speaking of his back-to-back ducks, Kohli said that he never felt that in his career, but he has seen it all this time. "First-ball ducks. After the second one (duck), I realised what it feels like to be like you (Mr Nags' character), absolutely helpless," he said while speaking to the host of the show Danish Sait at RCB Insider.