Virat Kohli Height, Age, Wife, Girlfriend,family Biography

Virat Kohli Age, Height, Biography 2020, Wiki, Net Worth, Girlfriend

Virat Kohli biograpgy is an eminent indian who is likewise the current skipper of indian cricket crew. Kohli is positioned as one of the most mind-blowing batsman of the world. He plays for RCB ( Royal Challengers Bangalore ) in the IPL competitions held each year in india. Virat is at present the Number 1 positioned ODI bestman on the planet and in Test matches positioning he stand firm on second situation. He is additionally one of the most generously compensated sportsperson on the planet according to FORBES magazine.

ICC rankings for Virat Kohli is as under :-

  •  ODI Batting Rankings Number 1 Position with 900 points
  •  Test Batting Rankings Number 2Position with 926 points just behind Steve Smith of Australia
  • T20 Ranking – Number One position with 900 points

Biography / Wiki :-

Real Name Virat Kohli
Nickname  Chikoo & Run Machine
Known Name Virat Kohli
Date of Birth November 05 ,1988
Age 31 years ( as of 2019)
Birthplace Delhi, India ( Capital City of India)
Hometown Delhi, India ( Capital City of India)
Current Residence Mumbai , Maharashtra , India
Nationality  Indian
Profession Indian Cricketer ( Captain of Team India)
Martial Status Married
Girlfriend  / Affairs Sarah-Jane Dias (rumored )
Sanjana ( Model – rumored)
Tamannaah Bhatia (rumored )
Izabelle Leite (rumored )
Mansha Bahl ( Model – rumored)
Anushka Sharma ( Wife) (Bollywood Actress)

Religion Hindu
Date of Marriage 11th December 2017
Place of Marriage Borgo Finocchieto in Tuscany, South Italy
Zodiac Sign  Scorpio
Food Habit Vegetarian ( before marriage he was non vegeterian)

Education, Family , Ethnicity & Girlfriend :-

School Name Vishal Bharti Public School, Delhi
Saviour Convent Senior Secondary School, Delhi
College / University Not applicable
Educational Qualification Higher Secondary
Ethnicity Punjabi
Father  Name Prem Kohli ( Criminal Lawyer)
Mother Name Saroj Kohli ( House Wife )
Brother Name Vikas Kohli (elder)
Sister Name Bhawna Kohli (elder)
Cricket Coach Name Raj Kumar Sharma
Spouse / Wife Name Anushka Sharma ( Wife) (Bollywood Actress)
Childrens ( Kids) Name None

Career-

In 2002, he played for Delhi Under-15 team and became the leading run-getter in the 2002–03 Polly Umrigar Trophy tournament. He was made the captain of the team for the 2003–04 Polly Umrigar Trophy.
He was selected in the Delhi Under-17 team for the 2003–04 Vijay Merchant Trophy. He scored 470 runs in four matches at an average of 117.50 with two hundreds. He repeated his fabulous performance the next season too, and helped Delhi lift the 2004–05 Vijay Merchant Trophy.
His consistent performances earned him a place in the India Under-19 squad on its tour of England in 2006. He averaged 105 in the three-match ODI series which the India Under-19 squad won. He also performed remarkably against Pakistan’s U-19 cricket team later that year.
His father died in 2006 when Kohli was just 18. His father had been his biggest support and his untimely death plunged the family into a financial crisis. With more responsibilities on his young shoulders now, Kohli began taking the game even more seriously.
In 2008, he led the Indian team to victory at the 2008 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup held in Malaysia. Following this, he was bought by the Indian Premier League franchise, Royal Challengers Bangalore, for $30,000 on a youth contract.
He was selected for the Indian ODI squad for tour of Sri Lanka in 2008. During the tour, he batted as a makeshift opener throughout the series as both the regular openers Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag were injured. India eventually won the series 3–2 which was India’s first ODI series win against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka.
He continued performing consistently throughout 2009. He received his first man of the match award after scoring an unbeaten 79 against the West Indies in a group match during the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy. Later the same year he played in the home ODI series against Sri Lanka, scoring his first ODI century—107 off 111 balls—in the fourth match of the series.
He continued with his good form which earned him a place in the 2011 World Cup squad. Kohli played in every match in the tournament and scored an unbeaten 100 in the first match against Bangladesh, becoming the first Indian batsman to score a century on World Cup debut. India reached the finals, and Kohli scored important 35 runs in the finals against Sri Lanka. India went on to win the match by six wickets and lift the World Cup for the first time since 1983.
During the India tour of West Indies in June–July 2011, India sent a largely inexperienced squad and Kohli was one of three uncapped players in the Test squad. He made his Test debut at Kingston in the first match of the Test series. India won the Test series 1–0 but Kohli was found wanting against the fast bowling. He scored just 76 runs from five innings in the series and was subsequently dropped from the Test squad.
He was recalled to Test squad ndia’s four-match series in England in July and August 2011, as as replacement for the injured Yuvraj Singh. He did not play in any Test match in the series and was moderately successful in the ODI series.
He made his mark in the Test cricket during the India’s tour of Australia in December 2011. India lost the Test series 4–0 but Virat Kohli was India’s top run-scorer in the series. He scored his maiden Test century in the first innings of fourth and final match at Adelaide; he scored 116 runs in the innings.
Kohli was appointed the vice-captain for the 2012 Asia Cup in Bangladesh. In the final group stage match against Pakistan he scored 183 whilst chasing—the highest individual score against Pakistan in ODIs—and broke West Indies’ Brian Lara’s long standing record of 156. Despite his great performances India could not progress to the final of the tournament.
His string of successful stints continued throughout 2013. He played well in the seven-match ODI series against Australia, striking the fastest century by an Indian in ODIs in the second match at Jaipur by blasting a 100 off just 52 balls. His innings of 100 not out helped India chase down the target of 360.
Even though better known for his blazing performances in ODIs, Kohli is also a skilled test player. In 2014, he was named the captain of the Indian test squad. In the Australian tour the same year, he amassed a total of 692 runs in four Tests—the most by any Indian batsman in a Test series in Australia.
His career saw a temporary slump in 2015 when he was unable to make any big scores. However, he soon regained his form and became the fastest batsman in the world to make 1,000 runs in T20I cricket during the South Africa’s tour of India later the same year.
Kohli was in terrific form in 2016. His superlative batting performances helped India reach the semifinals of 2016 T20 World Cup, held in India.

Philanthropic Works

Virat Kohli started a charity foundation called ‘Virat Kohli Foundation’ (VKF), in 2013, for helping underprivileged children. The foundation also conducts events to raise funds for charitable causes.

Virat Kohli Personal Life & Legacy

Virat Kohli was in a high profile relationship with Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma. The pair reportedly broke up in early 2016, but they later patched up and got back together.
Virat and Anushka Sharma got married on December 11, 2017. The two tied the knot at Borgo Finocchieto in Tuscany, Italy.
The Virat and Anushka (Virushka) marriage was a very private affair and no one knew of the marriage until a few days before the marriage. According to media reports, everyone involved in the wedding including the photographers, caterers and hotel staff was bound by a Non Disclosure Agreements (NDA).

Virat kohli Business Ventures & Investments

Football is said to be Virat’s second favourite sport. In 2014, he bought the FC Goa franchise of the Indian Super League (ISL) stating that as a football lover he wanted to see the sport grow in India. He also stated that it was a future investment for him.
In 2014, Kohli became the brand ambassador and a stakeholder in the London-based social networking venture ‘Sport Convo’.
In November 2014, Kohli in association with Anjana Reddy’s Universal Sportsbiz (USPL) launched a fashion label WROGN. The brand sells men’s casual wear, and it has tied up with online major Myntra.com and Shopper’s Stop.
In September 2015, Virat Kohli became the co-owner of the UAE Royals franchise of the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL). The IPTL is an annual team tennis event that is played across various cities in Asia.
In 2015, he invested a total of INR 90 crore (around US$14 million) in a chain of gyms and fitness centres – Chisel. Kohli co-owns the fitness chain jointly with Chisel India and CSE (Cornerstone Sport and Entertainment).
In December 2015, he became a co-owner of the Bengaluru Yodhas franchise of the Indian Pro Wrestling League. The other co-owner of the franchise is the JSW group.
In 2016, in association with Stepathlon Lifestyle, Virat launched Stepathlon Kids, which is a fitness venture for children.

Virat Kohli : Along the Years

Year Age Achievement
2008 19 Won the 2008 U-19 World Cup
2008 19 ODI Debut against Sri Lanka
2008 19 Joined Royal Challengers Bangalore
2010 22 T20I Debut against Zimbabwe
2011 23 Won the 2011 ICC World Cup
2011 23 Test debut against West Indies
2012 24 Vice-captain of Indian ODI team
2012 24 ICC ODI Player of the Year
2013 25 No 1 batsman in ODI rankings
2014 26 Man of the Tournament at 2014 ICC World Twenty20
2014 26 Appointed Test captain
2015 27 Played in the 2015 ICC World Cup
2016 28 Man of the Tournament at 2016 ICC World Twenty20
2017 29 ICC Cricketer of the Year
2017 29 Appointed as the ODI captain
2018 30 Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna
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Jasprit-Bumrah-and-Virat-Kohli

International Career ODI Career

Kohli made his ODI Debut against Sri Lanka in August of 2008. He was likewise remembered for the crew for series against England in 2008 yet couldn’t get an opportunity to play. He played the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy instead of harmed Yuvraj Singh. Kohli scored his first ODI century in 2009 against Sri Lanka. In 2010, he played all the matches in the Asia Cup. During this time, Kohli battled with his structure and couldn’t play huge innings. In spite of his terrible structure, Kohli was held in the crew because of his batting abilities. Kohli structure took a vertical direction from the series against Australia in October 2010.

His great presentation against New Zealand cricket crew in the accompanying series made him a solid competitor for the 2011 World Cup crew. He was driving Indian run scorer in ODI in 2010. During the series against South frica in 2011, Kohli was named in the crew for the 2011 World Cup. He played each match in India’s World Cup winning effort and furthermore scored a century in the competition and furthermore assumed an essential part in the last match of the World Cup.

Kohli’s steady exhibition proceeded after the World Cup and continued to score runs. He was delegated the bad habit chief of the crew for the 2012 Asia Cup. Kohli completed the competition as the main run score with 357 rushes to his name at a normal of 119. For his exhibitions in 2012, Kohli was named in the World ODI XI by the ICC. In 2013, Kohli was important for the crew for the ICC Champions Trophy. Kohli batted well all through the India’s competition winning effort and was named as a feature of the Team of the Tournament by the ICC.

In the seven-match ODI series against Australia in 2013, Kohli struck the quickest century by an Indian in ODI. He scored the century just in 52 balls. Kohli’s innings assisted India with pursuing down the objective of 360 runs, in what was the second most noteworthy fruitful run pursue in ODI cricket.

Toward the finish of the competition, he moved to the top in ICC ODI batsman rankings. Kohli amassed more runs in the resulting series against South Africa and New Zealand. He scored 1054 runs ODI runs in 2014 and turned into the second player on the planet after Sourav Ganguly to make in excess of 1,000 ODI runs for four continuous schedule years.

In 2015, Kohli’s presentation accepting a plunge as he neglected to cross the single-digit mark in any of the four games in the tri-country ODI series between India, England and Australia. Kohli disappointed in the 2015 World Cup and couldn’t score runs other than his century against Pakistan cricket crew in the main match of the World Cup. Kohli had a decent beginning to 2016 as he scored two consecutive half hundreds of years against Australia. During this series, he additionally turned into the quickest batsman to cross the 7000 runs mark. For his exhibitions in 2016, Kohli was named the commander of the ICC World ODI XI.

Virat Kohli conveyed his great structure to the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy too. He arrived at the 8000 runs mark during the competition however neglected to assist his with joining secure the Trophy as he got out for only five runs in the last against Pakistan. Kolhi proceeded with his great presentation in 2017 as he proceeded to hit hundreds of years against West Indies and Sri Lanka in back to back series. He finished the schedule year with 2818 global runs, the most elevated count ever by an Indian player.

In the South Africa in 2018, Kohli scored 558 runs in the 6 ODIs, makin the record for the most elevated runs scored in a two-sided ODI series. That very year, Kohli turned into the quickest player to score 10,000 ODI runs. In the 2019 World Cup, Kohli got himself two additional records, quickest batsman to score 11,000 ODI runs and quickest cricketer to score 20,000 runs in worldwide cricket.

Virat Kohli Populer MCQ-

What is Virat Kohli full name?

Full name: Virat Kohli
Born: November 5, 1988, Delhi
Current age: 32 Years, 10 Months, 27 Days
Major Teams: India, Asia XI, India A, India Blue, Indian Board Presidents XI, India Red, North Zone, Rest of India, Royal Challengers Bangalore, India Under-19, Delhi, Indians,

What did Virat Kohli study?

Virat Kohli Height, Age, Wife, Girlfriend, Family, Biography & More
Bio/Wiki
Nickname(s) Chikoo, Run Machine
School Vishal Bharti Public School, Delhi Saviour Convent Senior Secondary School, Paschim Vihar, Delhi
College N/A
Educational Qualification 12th standard

Who is Virat Kohli first lover?

actress Izabelle Leite
Team India’s captain Virat Kohli, once dated Brazilian model and actress Izabelle Leite. The love affair between Virat Kohli and Izabelle Leite had grabbed a lot of limelight during

What is Virat Kohli qualification?

Speaking of their educational qualification, Virat Kohli is a 12th pass and right after he joined the Indian cricket team. As per reports, Virat was a bright child, both in sports and academics.

Who trained Virat Kohli?

Kohli had joined the academy at the tender age of nine and was mentored by Batra and Rajkumar Sharma into the player that he is today. Batra and Sharma sharpened Kohli’s skills until he was ready to play at bigger stages, most prominently for India.

Did Virat Kohli pass 12th?

virat kohli biography
virat kohli biography
Virat is 12th pass and Anushka has completed her post-graduation. Virat completed his school education in Vishal Bharati Public School and in 1998 he joined West Delhi Cricket Academy and concentrated only on cricket.

Some Lesser Known Facts About Virat Kohli

  • Does Virat Kohli drink alcohol?: Yes
  • Since the age of 3, Virat was fascinated by cricket.

    Virat Kohli’s childhood photo

  • When he was 9½ years old, his father took him to Raj Kumar Sharma’s West Delhi Cricket Academy.

    Virat Kohli with his coach Raj Kumar Sharma

  • In 2003, his coach Raj Kumar Sharma had invited Ashish Nehra to his academy, where he awarded young Kohli as he was the highest run-scorer for Delhi in the 2002-2003 Polly Umrigar Trophy, with 172 runs at an average of 34.40.

    Virat Kohli with Ashish Nehra then and now Virat kohli Biography

  • His nickname ‘Chikoo’ was given by his Delhi State coach Ajit Chaudhary in his childhood days.Virat kohli Biography
  • His favourite subject was ‘History’, and he used to hate ‘Maths.’Virat kohli Biography
  • In 2006, his father died of a brain stroke, but the very next day after his father’s death, he played a match-saving knock for Delhi against Karnataka, where he scored 90 runs.Virat kohli Biography
  • He never had any backup plan for his future as he always wanted to be a cricketer.
  • He has a number of superstitions. He wears black wristbands, and never forgets to wear his ‘Kada’ before his matches.
  • He is scared of heights.
  • He doesn’t like to have long conversions on the mobile phone.
  • He always wears black wristbands for superstitious reasons.
  • He is very aggressive as well as an emotional person, he cries when he gets upset. He was seen crying on the field when India did not qualify for the semi-finals in 2012’s T20 World cup.
  • He won the ICC ODI Player of the Year Award in 2012.
virat kohli with narendra modi and anushka sharma
virat kohli with narendra modi and anushka sharma
  • In 2012, he was named as one of the 10 best dressed international men.
  • He was given the Arjuna Award (2013) and Padma Shri Award (2017) by the Government of India.
    virat kohli with narendra modi and anushka sharma

    Virat Kohli – Padma Shri Award

  • The same year, he was appointed the first brand ambassador of Border Security Force (BSF).Virat kohli Biography

    Virat Kohli as BSF ambassador

  • He is a huge fan of Swiss tennis ace Roger Federer. He is also the co-owner of the ‘UAE Royals’ International Premier Tennis League team.

    Virat Kohli with Roger Federer

  • He loves tattoos and his count of tattoos keeps on increasing. The first on his left shoulder is ‘God’s eye’ which is a symbol of the power of seeing and understanding that which is unknown and unknowable. Second on his left shoulder is ‘Japanese Samurai warrior’ which is a symbol of living the life based on loyalty to one’s master, self discipline and respectful, ethical behaviour. Third on his left arm is a ‘Monastery’ which is a symbol of a place of peace and power. Fourth on his left arm is ‘Lord Shiva in meditation with Mount Kailash and Mansarovar lake.’ Fifth on his right bicep is a ‘Scorpion’ which is his Zodiac sign.Virat kohli Biography

    Virat Kohli’s tattoos

  • He owns a restaurant in Delhi called ‘ Nueva.’

    Virat Kohli’s restaurant Nueva

  • He is a decent singer, and in 2016, a video of him singing “Jo Wada Kiya Hai Nibhana Padhega” had gone viral.
  • He is a truly determined sportsperson, who is not only focused on his cricketing skills but also towards fitness, for which he is idolised by many.

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