Virat Kohli’s Slam Book from school days goes viral; ‘most admirable person – Hrithik’

Virat Kohli Slam Book

Virat Kohli is making headlines again! But this time because of an unusual picture, which is breaking the internet.

A Slam Book from Virat Kohli’s school days has gone viral on social media. The team India skipper had filled it during his teen days and his friend Shalaj Sondhi posted it on social media.

What did Virat Kohli write in Slam Book?

In the Slam Book, Virat Kohli mentioned ‘black’ as his favourite colour, while in the ambition column, he wrote ‘to become an Indian cricketer’.

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Virat Kohli called Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan ‘most admirable person’. One can even see his old address and phone number in the Slam Book.

Interestingly, in the most embarrassing moment column, Kohli wrote “Not Yet”, cut it and again wrote “Not Yet”.

Childhood friend shared the post

Shalaj Sondhi, Virat’s childhood friend, had shared the picture on social media and it went viral in no tme. Notably, the duo have played Ranji Trophy in Delhi towards the end of 2000 era.

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma have been raising funds to help the needy amid the COVID-19 crisis in the country.

Earlier, Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) was in top form in the Indian Premier League, which has now been suspended due to COVID-19 situation. The RCB had won five of the seven IPL games.

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Meanwhile, the Indian squad led by Kohli would depart for the English tour on June 2 after a series of COVID-19 tests. The team will play against New Zealand, a five-match Test series versus England as part of the inaugural ICC World Test Championship final.