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Watch – Virat Kohli Wins Hearts With His Adorable Gesture at the Trivandrum Airport

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Virat Kohli is loved all over the world not only for his batting but for his kindheartedness and the respect he has for the players around.

He is leading India towards some great heights; he has already won a majority of the Test matches he has captained. Kohli led India to a 2-1 victory over the Kiwis in ODI’s.

India then won the T20 series 2-1 as well with the final T20 getting reduced to eight overs due to rain.

Watch - Virat Kohli Wins Hearts With His Adorable Gesture at the Trivandrum Airport 1
Team India posed for a picture perfect photograph after Kohli was handed over a trophy: Photo Credit: AFP.

Virat Kohli who is known for his aggressive and flamboyant nature also has another side to his personality which was seen at the Trivandrum airport.

Kohli crossed the security line to acknowledge his fans and sign autographs. Kohli crossed the line for his disabled fans and also clicked selfies with them. The fans also provided the Delhi born cricketer with his sketches after which the Indian skipper was so delighted that he clicked pictures with them.

Kohli began with signing autographs on blanks pictures and pictures for his fans until his “Special” fans presented him his sketches made by them. Due to the tight schedule of the Indian team, the players are always on the run and board flights in a hurry which was also the same in this case.

Virat Kohli’s kind gesture was causing further delay to the Indian team’s schedule, but this didn’t bother the Indian skipper.

Kohli clicked selfies with every wheelchair-bound fans present at the airport. This kind gesture by the Indian captain won hearts of everyone present at the airport. The Indian team is now preparing for the upcoming series against Sri Lanka scheduled to begin from 16th November at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The two teams will play three-match Tests, ODI’s and T20I’s series against each other over a period of one and a half months.

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