Virat Kohli Biography, Height, Weight, Age, Affair, Family
|Original/Real Name||Virat Kohli|
|Nickname||Run Machine, Chikoo|
|Date of Birth||5 November 1988|
|Debut|| Test- Against West Indies at Kingston 20 June 2011.
ODI- Against Sri Lanka at Dambulla 18 August 2008.
T20 – Against Zimbabwe at Harare 12 June 2010.
Height, Weight & Body Measurements
|Height (Centimeters)||175 cm|
|Height (meters)||1.75 m|
|Height (Inches)||5’ 9”|
|Weight (Kilograms)||72 kg|
|Weight (Pounds)||159 lbs|
|Chest’s Size||40 Inches|
|Waist’s Size||30 Inches|
|Biceps’s Size||14 Inches|
|Shoe’s Size||10 Inches|
Family and Relatives
|Father’s Name|| Late Prem Kohli
|Mother’s Name||Saroj Kohli|
|Brother’s Name||Vikas Kohli|
Marital Status, Affairs, Girlfriends
|Girlfriends|| Sarah-Jane Dias
Sanjana, Tamannaah Bhatia
|Spouse/wife|| Anushka Sharma (Actress)
|Education Qualification and Schooling/College|
|School||Saviour Convent Senior Secondary School, Paschim Vihar, Delhi, Vishal Bharti Public School, Delhi|
|College/ University||Not Available|
|Educational Qualification||12th standard|
|Favourites Things and Like & Dislike|
|Hobbies||Travelling, singing, dancing, reading novels and workout|
|Favourite Food||Lamb Chops, Sushi, Salmon and rajma chowal|
|Favourite Movie||Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, Ishq, 3 Idiots|
|Favourite Actress||Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Penelope Cruz, Aishwarya Rai|
|Favourite Color||Blue, red, green|
|Favourite Actor||Johnny Depp, Robert Downey Jr, Aamir Khan.|
|Net Worth||400 Crore|
|E-Mail Address||Not Available|
|Phone Number||Not Available|
|House Address||DLF City Phase-1, Block-C, Gurugram|
Virat Kohli Biography, Height, Weight, Age, Affair, Family
Virat Kohli is known Indian global cricketer who now captains the India national cricket team. He had been born on 5 November 1988 at Delhi, India.
Virat is evident because of his job from India U-19 domestic cricket group. He debuts at ODI- Against Sri Lanka in Dambulla on 18 August 2008. Virat began his company as a cricketer at U-19.
Virat in a connection with Anushka Sharma at 2013 and shortly they’re known as Virushka. He worked in nearly 20 hits Telugu films.
He made many awards such as Arjuna Award at 2013, Padma Shri in 2017, CEAT International Cricketer of the Year 2011-12, 2013-14 and Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World (2016).
Facts about Virat Kohli
- Can Virat Kohli smoke? Ans: No
- Can Virat Kohli Drink? Ans: Not understood
- He also debuts at ODI- Against Sri Lanka in Dambulla on 18 August 2008.
- Virat began his company as a cricketer at U-19.
- He attained great success in U-19 cricket and won the cup.
- Virat at a connection with Anushka Sharma His favorite food is Mother’s cooked meals, Lamb Chops, Sushi, Salmon and rajma chowal his favorite destination in India.
Information in details
The well Recognized Indian cricketer was born to Some Punjab at a Khatri family.
His dad was a criminal attorney and his mum is a housewife.
He began his education in Vishal Bharti Public School, Delhi In Age 10, he unites the West Delhi Cricket Academy.
Virat first performed in October 2002 for Delhi U-15 at Polly Umrigar Trophy. He acquired victory in Polly Umrigar Trophy and become a captain of the group He scored plenty of runs in an championship (390 runs in five innings).
He picked for U-17 Vijay Merchant Trophy in 2003 and eventually become a leading scorer with 251* runs and greatest run-scorer with 757 runs from 7 games.
In 2006 that he had been chosen for U-19 for England tour and scored 105 from the three-match ODI series against England.
Following a very long time, he gained victory in ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup (2008) held in Malaysia and that he also scored 235 runs in 6 games in an average of 47.
Virat scored 19 runs against South Africa and India won the world cup by 12 runs.
International introduction:(2008)After playing U-19. He had been contained in the ODI squad to get a tour of Sri Lanka along with the Champions Trophy in Pakistan.
Virat create his debut at the age of 19 and created his first ODI half-century, a score of 54, at the fourth game. When Virat replace against the group he played Delhi from the Nissar Trophy against SNGPL and eventually become a leading scorer.
Back in 2009he becomes part of the squad and picked for its four-team Emerging Players Tournament in July–August 2009 held in Australia.
In 2010, Raina becomes a Named captain and Virat vice-captain for the tri-series from Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe in May–June 2010.
Virat becomes a major run scorer five-match house ODI series against England that India won 5–0. He scored a total of 270 runs over five games.
Change in the career (2011)
In 2011 he Discovered Somewhere in India’s Test squad for the tour of Australia and Getting top-scored Using 132 in a tour Game against Cricket Australia Chairman’s XIVirat Placing Recordings from 2013 ICC Champions Trophy.
He also scored a match-winning 144 from Sri Lanka. At the last game India and England Kohli top-scored with 43 out of 34 balls.
Kohli becomes captain for first ODI triangular series from the West Indies after Dhoni hurt himself during the game.
At the next game of his captaincy, he scored his first hundred, which makes 102 off 83 balls from the West Indies.
Kohli becomes the evaluation captain at 2014 of this Australian tour since Dhoni wasn’t part of the group because of injury and he also scored 115 runs in India’s first innings, getting the fourth Indian to score a hundred on Evaluation captaincy debut.
Beginning of Powerful IPL( Indian Premier League profession ) in 2008 that he had been franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore for $30,000.
He created increasingly more powerful seasons for RCB(Royal Challengers Bangalore). In 2016 IPL, he broke the record for most runs at an IPL year and winning the Orange cap.
Test cricket centuries
|116||Australia||Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||24 January 2012||Lost|
|103||New Zealand||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India||31 August 2012||Won|
|103||England||Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur||13 December 2012||Drawn|
|107||Australia||India M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai||22 February 2013||Won|
|119||South Africa||South Africa Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg||8 December 2013||Drawn|
|105*||New Zealand||New Zealand Basin Reserve, Wellington||14 February 2014||Drawn|
|115||Australia||Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||9 December 2014||Lost|
|141||Australia||Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||9 December 2014||Lost|
|169||Australia||Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||26 December 2014||Drawn|
|147||Australia||Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||6 January 2015||Drawn|
|103||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka Galle International Stadium, Galle||12 August 2015||Lost|
|200||West Indies||Antigua and Barbuda Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound||21 July 2016||Won|
|211||New Zealand||India Holkar Stadium, Indore||8 October 2016||Won|
|167||England||India ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam||17 November 2016||Won|
|235||England||India Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai||8 December 2016||Won|
|204||Bangladesh||India Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad||9 February 2017||Won|
|103*||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka Galle International Stadium, Galle||29 July 2017||Won|
|104*||Sri Lanka||India Eden Gardens, Kolkata||20 November 2017||Drawn|
|213||Sri Lanka||India Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur||24 November 2017||Won|
|243||Sri Lanka||India Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi||2 December 2017||Drawn|
|153||South Africa||South Africa SuperSport Park, Centurion||13 January 2018||Lost|
ODI cricket centuries
|107||Sri Lanka||India Eden Gardens, Kolkata||24 December 2009||Won|
|102*||Bangladesh||Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka||11 January 2010||Won|
|118||Australia||APCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam||20 October 2010||Won|
|105||New Zealand||Nehru Stadium, Guwahati||28 November 2010||Won|
|100*||Bangladesh||Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka||19 February 2011||Won|
|107||England||Wales Sophia Gardens, Cardiff||16 September 2011||Lost|
|112*||England||Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi||17 October 2011||Won|
|117||West Indies||APCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam||2 December 2011||Won|
|133*||Sri Lanka||Australia Bellerive Oval, Hobart Neutral||28 February 2012||Won|
|108||Sri Lanka||Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka||13 March 2012||Won|
|183||Pakistan||Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka||18 March 2012||Won|
|106||Sri Lanka||MRIC Stadium, Hambantota||21 July 2012||Won|
|128*||Sri Lanka||R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo||31 July 2012||Won|
|102||West Indies||Trinidad and Tobago Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain||5 July 2013||Won|
|115||Zimbabwe||Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare||24 July 2013||Won|
|100*||Australia||Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur||16 October 2013||Won|