Virat Kohli Reveals His New Learning After Retirement
The Indian skipper Virat Kohli is currently enjoying the break from cricket. He has been given rest for a while as the player was continuously busy playing cricket this year. Everyone is aware of how much Virat Kohli is concerned about fitness. The player is the first to aware his teammates about the fitness. The Delhi lad turned to vegan but he has the other side too. Virat is a proper foodie and loves Punjabi food.
Virat Kohli wants to learn cooking
In an interview to NDTV, he expressed his love for food. The skipper was foodie from childhood and his love for food has never died. He detects that he is good at the understanding flavours and there might be chances that he will learn to cook food after retiring from cricket.
“I’ve been a foodie since I was a kid, I loved trying foods, used to eat a lot of junk bag then. But then I started travelling and trying different cuisines but yeah I love food….love having well-cooked food,” Kohli said in the interview.
“I do not (cook) but I understand flavour, I understand how well a dish is cooked, so can potentially learn it. When I’m done with playing cricket I think cooking is something, I would definitely be interested in,” said Kohli
The fitness freak is currently enjoying his break with his wife Anushka Sharma. Both of them have gone for vacations to Bhutan and are giving some couple goals. At there, Virat celebrated his 31st birthday with his wife.
Meanwhile, India is playing the T20I series with Bangladesh. The third and final T20I match will be played on Sunday (10 November) which is also a deciding match of the series. Rohit Sharma is heading the team in the absence of regular captain Virat Kohli. Virat Kohli will join the team ahead of the Two-match Test series against Bangladesh which will be played from 14th November.
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