Virat Kohli Trolled on Diwali 2021: Virat Kohli Captain of Team India. Ideals of youth. Kohli has crores of followers on social media. And these days, Virat Kohli is facing the displeasure of his followers. The reason is to give tips on Diwali. Virat Kohli shared a video on his social media handle about Diwali and firecrackers in the past.
Virat Kohli Trolled on Diwali 2021
In this video, Virat Kohli said that this year has been challenging for people worldwide, especially Indians. So we all are eagerly waiting for Diwali. As Diwali approaches, we will share tips on how to celebrate Meaningful Diwali with family and friends.
Posting the video, Virat Kohli wrote in the caption
‘Over the next few weeks, I will share a series of personal tips for celebrating a meaningful Diwali with loved ones and family.’
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing a series of my personal tips for celebrating a meaningful Diwali with loved ones and family. Stay tuned by following my Pinterest profile ‘viratkohli’ – link in bio 🪔@Pinterest#diwali2021 #AD pic.twitter.com/KKFxyK3UTG
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) October 17, 2021
This was the only thing that left the people exasperated. And people have started wrapping Kohli only. Started trolling fiercely. #BhakmatKohli and #RWKaBaapKohli began to trending.
A user named Eminent Intellectual wrote.
India’s next sports award will be named after Virat Kohli. General Gyanchand Khel Ratna Award. Hashtag, listen to Kohli.’
India’s next sports award will named after Kohli.
General Gyanchand Khel Ratna Award#SunoKohli
— Eminent Intellectual (@total_woke_) October 18, 2021
While a user named Rekha Humble wrote tauntingly
‘Virat Kohli is such a big community that he only cares about Diwali. Not of Eid’.
— Rekha Humble (@HumbleRekha) October 17, 2021
A Twitter user named Nitil Singh wrote.
“I think Virat Kohli needs to be a little humble as a captain. Also, as a batsman, he should focus on the movement of his feet. And stop playing shots with the cross bat.
— Nitil Singh 🇮🇳 (@nitilsingh) October 17, 2021
Retweeting Kohli’s tweet, Navneet Sharma wrote.
‘We know how to celebrate festivals. Use your knowledge to win the trophy. Which is not your thing’.
We know how to celebrate our festivals, use your knowledge to win trophies, which is not possible for you. https://t.co/nGqj1kE7a9
— नवनीत शर्मा (@Navneet55sharma) October 17, 2021
Let us tell you that Virat Kohli has been making people aware of the environment. On the occasion of Holi, Kohli had made people aware that ‘do not waste water’ and play dry Holi. For information, let me tell you that Virat Kohli is currently in UAE. And will lead Team India in the T20 World Cup.