Virat Kohli, IPL 2023: Virat Kohli used to dream of marrying an actress since childhood, friend’s mother revealed

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New Delhi.Virat Kohli, the star batsman of Royal Challengers Bangalore, also saw many dreams in his childhood like other children. It was his childhood dream to become a big player, to play for India. Apart from this, since childhood, he also wanted to marry an actress. Kohli fulfilled all the dreams that he saw in his childhood. Became the biggest cricketer of India. Took command of Team India. Anushka Sharma was made a partner.

The revelation that Kohli wanted to marry an actress was revealed by the mother of his childhood friend Shalaj, whose stuffed potatoes were a favorite of the Indian star. Royal Challengers Bangalore shared a beautiful video of Kohli’s first coach Rajkumar Sharma, friend Shalaj and his mother, who talked about Kohli’s early days.

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Kohli was fond of stuffed potatoes

Shalaj and Kohli used to go to the cricket academy together. Shalaj’s mother Neha often used to take food for everyone. Kohli also liked the food prepared by him. Neha told that Kohli used to request beforehand what he had to eat. She loved the stuffed potatoes made by her and as soon as she opened the tiffin, Kohli would run away with it.

Told the dream by looking at the ad poster

The rest of the children also started running after Kohli. Neha further said that once there was a competition with Madanlal Cricket Academy. There was a poster of an ad film, seeing which Kohli had said that he would one day become a big man and marry an actress. Neha said that every dream of Kohli has come true, which was nice to see.

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