About Virat KohliVirat Kohli is an Indian Cricketer, who currently holds the position of captain in Indian cricket team. He is right handed batsman, who bats in top order. Kohli is counted as the best batsman of his era. He is known for his dependable and powerful batting style and has single-handedly won several matches for India.
In Indian Premier League, he plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore team.
Early lifeVirat Kohli Was born in Delhi, India on November 5, 1988 to parents Prem Kohli and Saroj Kohli. His father was a criminal lawyer while his mother is a housewife. He has two siblings: an elder brother, Vikash, and an elder sister, Bhavna. Virat was born and brought up in Delhi only, he did his schooling from Vishal Bharti Public School and later on attended Saviour Convent School. Virat lost his father, he was still a teenager, and his father died of heart attack. Virat was keenly attracted towards cricket since the age of three years only. Due to his interest in cricket his father had him enrolled at the West Delhi Cricket Academy when Virat was nine. He trained at the academy under Rajkumar Sharma and also played matches at the Sumit Dogra Academy
CareerViratKohli started playing cricket professionally at the age 14 years only, he has been part of Delhi Under-15 team and later on he was also selected for under=17 team. His consistent performances earned him a place in the India Under-19 squad on its tour of England in 2006. He averaged 105 in the three-match ODI series which the India Under-19 squad won. He also performed awesome against Pakistan’s U-19 cricket team later that year. In year 2008, he led the Indian team to victory at the 2008 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup held in Malaysia. After this, he was bought by the Indian Premier League franchise, Royal Challengers Bangalore. Kohli did his international debut in Indian in year 2008 against Sri Lanka at Dambulla in One day internationals. His Test and T-20 debut happened in year 2011 and 2010. Kohli continued with his good form which earned him a place in the 2011 World Cup squad. Kohli played in every match in the tournament and scored an unbeaten 100 in the first match against Bangladesh, becoming the first Indian batsman to score a century on World Cup debut.He was appointed the vice-captain for the 2012 Asia Cup in Bangladesh. In the final group stage match against Pakistan he scored 183 whilst chasing—the highest individual score against Pakistan in ODIs—and broke West Indies’ Brian Lara’s long standing record of 156. Kohli continued his good form and made remarkable performances, his tremendous batting performances helped India reach the semifinals of 2016 T20 World Cup, held in India. As of January 2019, Kohli has scored 25 Test and 41 ODI centuries which made him the second most successful centurion in ODI cricket after Sachin Tendulkar.
Personal LifeVirat Kohli is a married; he has tied the wedding knot in December 2017 with Bollywood reigning queen Anushka Sharma. The two tied the knot at Borgo Finocchieto in Tuscany, Italy. The couple is very much popular among youth and adored among their fans.
Both Anushka and Virat are seen continuously supporting and promoting each other’s work in public, Anushka attends various matches of Virat and Virat also promotes her movies.
The duo doesn’t have any children yet.
Virat Kohli started a charity foundation called 'Virat Kohli Foundation' (VKF), in 2013, for helping underprivileged children
Net WorthAs per information and said resources, Virat Kohli’s net worth is estimated to be somewhere around $60 million. He has made quite name, fame and wealth in his short cricketing period, he has still so much achieve in cricket. His income constitutes of his cricketing career wealth, endorsements, TV Commercials etc.