- In the video, Kohli can be seen answering the most searched questions about him in a helium-inhaled voice.
- The Royal Challengers Bangalore star also admitted that he consumes alkaline water at home.
India Test match captain Virat Kohli might have lost his ODI captaincy after he decided to step down from the T20I skipper position, but King Kohli continues to be the go-to face for brands looking for a face to represent them. Kohli remains one of Indian cricket’s most famous poster boys and in that sense somebody who can shape people’s opinions about things and ideologies.
In a recent social media post that happens to be a commercial from a lifestyle brand, Kohli can be seen answering the most searched questions about him in a helium-inhaled voice. The video makes for a hilarious view since the noble gas gives a funny twist to Kohli’s voice as he answers the questions.
In an answer to what does Virat Kohli do, he simply responds: “I play cricket.” In another funny question when Kohli was asked his customer care number, he replied ” You can call me on 18 18 18 but I hope you don’t.” Notably, “18” happens to be Kohli’s jersey number.
Later in the video when the 33-year-old could be seen debunking the rumour that he owns a private jet. He even addressed the viral social media claim that Kohli drinks black water. He said that while he has tried black water, he does not have that regularly. The Royal Challengers Bangalore star admitted that he consumes alkaline water at home.
Here is the video:
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) December 22, 2021
While responding to the question which asked if Kohli was good in studies, he said that he was decent but never topped the classes. For those who confused Kohli with The Professor, a fictional character in the Web Series “Money Heist,” Kohli said that although he looks similar to that character, he did not act in that show.
In the final question in the video, Kohli was asked if he could speak Punjabi and he gives his fans a treat by speaking a few lines in that language.
On the cricketing front, Kohli will next be seen during India’s tour of South Africa where he will lead the Test team and hope to win the series in a nation which is being regarded as the Men in Blue’s final frontier after having the Test series win in Australia already against their name.