Virat Kohli attempts to pacify fuming online users after leave India comment

‘I don’t think you should live in India, go and live somewhere else’: Virat Kohli lashes out at fan

Bizarre: Virat Kohli asks fan to leave India over minor reason

It shows Kohli saying that "those who prefer English and Australian batsmen should not live in India". Footage of Kohli recording for his official app has emerged on social media in which he asks the fan who doesn't like Indian batsmen to go "live somewhere else".

He was responding to messages during the launch of his mobile app on Monday.

In a hart hitting post on his Twitter handle, IGP Rath suggested the ace Indian cricketer to keep patriotism to himself.

While reacting to comments in the video, he came across a cricket fan's note which said, "He is an overrated batsman".

The fan mentioned that he doesn't find anything special in Kohli and that he likes to watch the Australian and English batsmen ply their trade.

"Virat needs to understand that if the fans go away to other countries, then no Puma etc. will want to sign him for ₹100 crores".

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While adding that he didn't mind any sort of dislike towards him, the Indian skipper felt that one should get his priorities sorted before posting such comments.

In 2016, when India's federal government cancelled 86% of the country's currency, Kohli called it the "greatest move" he has ever encountered in politics.

In a meeting with Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (COA), Virat Kohli is learnt to have requested that pacers (Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and others) should not take part in 12th edition of IPL so that they can be fully fit for next year's World Cup.

The statement, he writes, is "probably an extension of the nationalist narrative that modern India tries to propagate".

Kohli scored 453 runs in the recently concluded one day global series against West Indies.

The Indian captain achieved the milestone in just 205 innings, bettering Sachin Tendulkar's previous record of 259 innings.

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