India vs Australia 2018: Indian captain Virat Kohli got trolled again after he obliged fans with selfies and posed with them after landing in Brisbane for the long Australian tour. The Indian team reached Brisbane on Friday early morning and then Kohli posted a picture with Rishabh Pant saying that he was excited and was looking forward to the long series with ‘champion’ Pant. Kohli was then spotted at the gym where he was seen working out with Rishabh Pant and Washington Sundar. Now, BCCI has posted pictures of Kohli posing with fans in Brisbane and has got trolled for that. Fans believe he is looking fake and they also feel that he is doing it as a part of a PR activity.
Here is how he was trolled.
Kid only of rich ones or some connected people. why not some random poor one.
— sagar mungse (@sagar_mungse) November 17, 2018
Yeh bcci ka handle he ya virat kohli ka
Always the spotlight on virat why not others
— ňâMâň (@pro_memer_) November 17, 2018
Dont keep going down my friend..might end up in the Indian Ocean..lol..have a great day!!
— Diiscoverii Holidays (@diiscoverii) November 17, 2018
Virat is looking like he’s forced to pose? Such formal attitude by him is shocking to say the least.
— Deepak Verma (@drv05dt18) November 17, 2018
I’m guessing this is a public relations stint just to bring back likability factor following “leave India” fiasco. Anyway, more likeabl it would be if we won the test series.
— Kricket Korner (@KrisKasya) November 17, 2018
Meanwhile, Kohli recently slammed a fan in a promotional event that created a furore on social media and topped the headlines of every national daily. It not only stirred up a massive controversy but also Kohli was trolled slammed everywhere fans and critics alike over his “I don’t think you should live in India” response to a cricket enthusiast who called the skipper overrated. The fan also expressed his fondness for English and Australian batsmen. To this Virat added, “Why are you living in our country and loving other countries?”
Ahead of the much-awaited India’s tour to Australia, a member from Committee of Administrators (COA) has asked Indian skipper to conduct himself with dignity and humility which should signify a hallmark of true leader.
According to a Mumbai Mirror report, a CoA member had a conversation with Kohli about his conduct as a captain.“He was told to be humble, in his interactions both with the press and the public,” a COA official was quoted.