Virat Kohli hates doing homework unlike cricket practice
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Indian batting star Virat Kohli has earned massive respect and multiplied his fans in the recent times riding on his pristine form and elegance. Kohli has been the centre of attraction and fans have loved watching him in action. On this occasion, Kohli visited Smaaash in Noida and had a ball with his fans at the entertainment centre which has massive range of different sports. Kohli also happens to be the brand ambassador of Smaash. Also Read: Watch Virat Kohli rapping to AR Rahman’s tunes

As reported by PTI, Kohli shared some of his childhood memories on how he used to spend his holidays and said, “I generally used to spend my holidays by playing cricket all the time or play badminton in society.” He also spoke about the homework during the holidays and quoted by saying ‘big headache’ for him and never ended up finishing it.

Being the part of virtual gaming arena in New Delhi, Kohli further added, “I remember virtual arcade was expensive for us to go out, for a game at virtual station it used to cost rupees 10 for a coin which was difficult to afford at that time.” Also Read: Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan and other cricketers welcome Anil Kumble as India’s head coach

Indian Test skipper took to his official Facebook handle where he posted a selfie with his fans and wrote, “Had Super Fun at Smaaash Noida today. Thank You everyone who turned up, supported and cheered. You guys are incredible.”

Kohli also posted a small video on his official Instagram handle and wrote, “WOW. Unbeliveable crowd at dlf mall noida at the smash event. Humbled and feeling really grateful for this. Thank you to each and every one of my fans for so much love and support always. God bless you al..”

Kohli’s next assignment as Test skipper will be to lead the side in a Test series against West Indies in their own time. Kohli certainly made the most of his leisure time before accompanying his team for the tour.