Kohli equals Tendulkar’s 49th ODI century on 35th birthday.
Viral video shows Kohli dancing to wife Anushka’s song.
Kohli’s 49 ODI tons in 277 innings, a cricket legend.
Indian cricket star Virat Kohli has etched his name in cricket history by equaling Sachin Tendulkar’s record of most One Day International (ODI) centuries.
Kohli achieved the remarkable feat on his 35th birthday, scoring his 49th ton during a thrilling match against South Africa at the iconic Eden Gardens stadium.
The electrifying atmosphere of the stadium was further amplified when a video of Kohli dancing to a popular Bollywood song from the movie ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’ surfaced online.
The song, titled ‘Ainvayi Ainvayi,’ features Kohli’s wife, actress Anushka Sharma, and Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh. In the video, Kohli is seen grooving to the catchy tune, much to the delight of his fans.
Kohli’s dancing skills and his on-field performance drew praise from fans and fellow cricketers alike. “Kohli got some moves, and Anushka’s got the groove! 💃🕺” commented one user, while another suggested that Kohli might be taking dance lessons from his wife.
The achievement is even more significant when compared to Kohli’s cricketing idol, Sachin Tendulkar. While Tendulkar reached his 49th ODI century after 452 innings, Kohli accomplished the feat in just 277 innings. This highlights Kohli’s incredible consistency and talent in the ODI format, further cementing his status as one of the cricketing greats.
As the cricketing world celebrates this historic moment, it’s clear that Virat Kohli’s journey is far from over. His dedication, skill, and passion for the game continue to inspire fans, both on and off the field. With his latest achievement, Kohli’s legacy in the world of cricket is further solidified, and the anticipation for his 50th ODI century is bound to be an even more electrifying affair. Cricket enthusiasts around the world eagerly await the next chapter in Virat Kohli’s illustrious career.
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