Video: Q&A with Virat Kohli - Favourite music, Favourite cuisine and more
Kohli went down memory lane to talk about his school days and even tried to pull up an Australian accent
Indian Test captain Virat Kohli opened up about his hobbies, favourite music, cuisine and even tried to pull up an Australian accent on the online show Powerplay with Virat Kohli for www.bcci.tv on January 11.
Virat Kohli, the current vice-captain of the Indian limited-overs side, played a valiant innings in the first one-day international against Australia on January 12. His 91 run knock was very curial for India, who put up a fighting total of 309. Kohli along with opener Rohit Sharma struck a partnership worth 207 runs for the second wicket at WACA.
When asked about his favorite music the Delhi-born cricketer said, “Music wise its mix of everything, I’m from the northern side of India which is Punjabi culture, so lots of those songs but I also like to listen to lots of Sufi stuff as well.”
Kohli also revealed that his favorite singer is Asha Bhosle.
He also went down memory lane, when he was asked about his favourite subject in school. The 27-year-old said, “My favourite subject was surprisingly History. I was keen on learning things about the past a sort of how we made our way to where we are. So that was something I found very-very interesting.”
When the stylish right-hander asked about the toughest subject in school, he promptly named Mathematics.
Kohli would also like to possess one superpower which is invincibility. He said, “You can go for a walk, not being seen by anyone, do normal things.”
The cricketer then was asked about his favorite cuisine and the Indian vice-captain said, “I think Japanese food that is something I have craving of my own. I can eat that every day, throughout the whole week.”
The Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper also revealed that he wants to learn cooking and believes that It is something that helps to keep a person’s mind from everything else and hence, he would like to improve his cooking skills. He also sportingly tried to pull up an Australian accent.