Cricket is the most famous and popular sports in India. People in India follow it as religion. From actors to common people all of them follow cricket. Indian cricketers have a massive following all over the world. Some cricketers are famous for their performance in the field while some are famous for their looks and in other cases, some are popular for both the reasons. Bollywood actors and actress also follows the cricketers keenly and Kajal Aggarwal recently revealed her favourite cricketer.
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Bollywood actress Kajal Aggarwal to interact with her fans asked her followers on twitter to send questions by using hashtag #AskKajal. One of the followers asked who are her favourite cricketers. She replied with two of the most popular Indian cricketer, Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni.
— Kajal Aggarwal (@MsKajalAggarwal) September 19, 2019
Talking about MS Dhoni, the player has not been seen in the grounds since after the World Cup. He was not in the team for two consecutive series. During West Indies series, he was serving the Indian army. In South Africa series on home soil, Dhoni made himself unavailable. The rumours of his retirement are increasing day by day. However, the Indian fans are hoping to see Dhoni back on the field.
But lately, Virat Kohli posted his picture with Dhoni to relive a match against the 2016 World T20 match against Australia. The photo of cricketer immediately went viral with the rumours of MS Dhoni’s retirement. Dhoni’s wife Sakshi has to come forward to declare all the rumours as false. Virat was also shocked by the response from the public after sharing the photo. He also spoke in an interview that he was just sharing the photo.
After taking the baton from MS Dhoni , Kohli has put some outstanding performance of the team. He recently became the most successful Test captain after surpassing the record of Dhoni of the most victories. In the last match against South Africa, he leapfrogged Rohit Sharma to become the most run-scorer in the shortest format of the cricket.