Virat Kohli Biography, Height, Weight, Age, Net worth, Family, Wife, Girlfriend & More
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Let’s Know About Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli was born on 5 November 1988 in Delhi, India. He is an Indian International Cricketer. Kohli is currently captain of the Indian National Team. Kohli is a world popular Batsman, who plays as Right-handed batsman and consider as one of the best batsmen in the world.
Kohli was made his cricket debut on 18 August 2008 against Sri Lanka. Virat Kohli plays for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League Tournament.
Virat Kohli Net Worth & Salary
Kohli Net Worth Rs. 400 Crore (INR) and Salary RETAINER FEE: 2 crore (INR), TEST FEE: 15 lakh (INR), ODI FEE: 6 lakh (INR) & T20 FEE: 3 lakh (INR).
Kohli is the best cricketers batsman in India National Team. Kohli trained from Coach Raj Kumar Sharma. RETAINER FEE: 2 crores (INR) TEST FEE: 15 lakh (INR) ODI FEE: 6 lakh (INR) T20 FEE: 3 lakh (INR) is the first Indian to score a century on World Cup Debut in 2011.
Family / Wife / Girlfriends
Kohli Father Name is Late Prem Kohli was a criminal lawyer and His Mother Name is Saroj Kohli. kohli has an elder brother Vikas Kohli and an elder sister Bhavna Kohli.
Kohli is married to Bollywood Actress, Anushka Sharma in 11 December 2017. The couple has a long time relationship with each other and they finally got married.
Kohli had dated with Actress Sarah-Jane Dias, Sanjana, Tamannaah Bhatia & Izabelle Leite in his past.
Caste / Sun Sign / Religion
Kohli is Hindu by Religion, Sun Sign Scorpio and Nationality Indian.
Kohli Height (175 cm) and Weight 72 Kg (159 Pounds). His Body Measurements 40-30-14 Inches. Kohli Chest Size 40 Inches, Waist Size 30 Inches and Biceps Size 14 Inches. He has Dark brown color eye and Black colour hair.
Biography of Virat Kohli
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Indian Cricketer (Batsman)
Age (as in 2019)
Date of Birth
5 November 1988
Caste International Debut
N/A ODI- 18 August 2008 against Sri Lanka at Dambulla Test- 20 June 2011 against West Indies at KingstonT20 – 12 June 2010 against Zimbabwe at Harare