Virat Kohli recently took to his social media account and thanked all his supporters in a tweet © AFP
Virat Kohli recently took to his social media account and thanked all his supporters in a tweet © AFP

New Delhi: Seems like the popularity of run-machine Virat Kohli has grown by leaps and bounds, as his follower count reached 11 million on Twitter. The 27-year-old right-handed batsman recently took to his social media account and thanked all his supporters in a tweet that read as “A big thank you to all 11 Million on Twitter. Your support and love means a lot. Grateful always.” Donning an ultra-cool avatar, the prolific cricketer also posted a picture of him along with a tweet. Meanwhile, the India cricket sensation has collaborated with the ‘Mozart of Madras’ for the official anthem ‘Naam hai Futsal’, for the first-of-its-kind star-studded Premier Futsal League, a shorter form of Football. The anthem, featuring Kohli, will be released on June 20 exclusively via Premier Futsal’s digital platforms. Virat Kohli cheers for Germany in Euro 2016

Earlier, Indian’s cricketing superstar Virat Kohli took to Twitter to show his support for his favorite football team in the upcoming European Championship a.k.a Euro 2016. Kohli tweeted support to current FIFA World Cup champion Germany, sporting a Germany jersey. Kohli is big football fan and is actively involved in cricketers versus Bollywood celebrity football matches. Germany football team official RT’d Kohli’s tweet thanking him for the support and asking other celebrities to show their support to Die Mannschaft during the Euro 2016 competition. Kohli is currently been rested for India’s tour to Zimbabwe, while he will captain the Test team during India’s tour to West Indies. Virat Kohli’s consistency, holistic fitness credited by RCB coach Trent Woodhill

Kohli, recently met with music maestro AR Rahman for composing the official anthem of Premier Futsal League. Kohli, who met the legendary musical genius, tweeted a picture of him with Rahman through his official Twitter handle. Kohli said in his tweet that he feels privileged to have met Rahman, and having received the opportunity to spend some time with him. He called Rahman a ‘genius’ and added that he is a classic example of ‘humility’. He finally thanked Rahman calling him ‘Sir’. Rahman is widely considered one of the finest music directors of this generation and arguably the best India has ever produced since independence.