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‘Not Okay With This Kind Of Fanaticism’, Says Virat Kohli Alleged Privacy Breach

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Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli

Cricket player Virat Kohli scolded fans for invading his privacy in an Australian hotel room. In order to compete in the current T20 World Cup, the cricket player is in Australia. On his Instagram account, Kohli posted the footage and commented that it is disgusting and that the experience has made him anxious about his privacy.

He further wrote, “If I cannot have privacy in my own hotel room, then where can I really expect any personal space at all? I’m NOT okay with this kind of fanaticism and absolute invasion of privacy. Please respect people’s privacy and not treat them as a commodity for entertainment.”

The last time Virat Kohli made headlines was for his incredible inning against Pakistan in the 2022 T20 World Cup. In the first game, Kohli led India to a four-wicket victory over Pakistan with a score of 82 off 53.

Australian cricket legend and former Indian coach Greg Chappell called Kohli the “most complete batsman of my time.” Chappell wrote in a column for The Sydney Morning Herald, “Kohli is the most complete Indian batsman of my time. Only the greatest of champions has the courage and the intelligence to transport their imagination beyond the mortal plane. Kohli has that. Perhaps only Tiger Pataudi has come close to transcending a similar stratosphere.”

A review of Kohli’s performance. At a Legends Cricket League event, Australian cricketing legend Brett Lee remarked, “There are times when you don’t get hundreds or you don’t get fifties. That’s all part of professional sport. What I do know is that Virat Kohli is a legend of the game and it’s very hard to keep these guys down for too long.”

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