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It's been a decade since Virat Kohli made his international debut. While a number of records have been set and broken by Virat Kohli.
There are fans and followers who look up to him for inspiration, in award shows. Recently, he met another youth icon Manushi Chillar who had a special question for her favourite Indian cricketer.
The newly crowned Miss World, Manushi who brought back the title to India after 17 years. The two youth icon shared the stage at the CNN-News18 Indian of the year 2017 Awards.
Manushi asked a question to her favourite Cricketer Virat that,
“You are one of the best batsman in the world today and you’ve been such an inspiration. You’ve really given back to the society. But there are a lot of young people who draw inspiration from you. How would you like to give back for children, especially in the world of cricket?”
The Indian cricket team skipper replied:
“Well, what’s very important to understand is when you do what you do and you express yourself on the field, it has to be genuine and it has to be from the heart. Otherwise if people find out that you’re trying to pretend, then they can never connect to you. I’ve never tried to be anyone else. I’ve always been myself; I always mention that people had a lot of issues with how I was, how I conducted myself, but I had never had any problems with that.”
#IndianOfTheYear - Miss World 2017 @ManushiChhillar had a question for team India skipper @imVkohli— News18 (@CNNnews18) 30 November 2017
Watch the event here - https://t.co/Nr4TFMc7XT and Jio TV | #IndianOfTheYear @reliancejio @JioChat pic.twitter.com/p1W5ce8W9E
Kohli had presented Chillar with a special achievement award as well. “ Everyone has to go through a mutual process to be where they get to in life to become more mature. What’s very important to understand is one should never lose their own identity, character and personality because if you try to be someone else you can never succeed, and you can never inspire others.
We ourselves don’t have the ability to go out there, score runs and take wickets all the time. We must believe that everyone has a plan, What we can do is work hard and be honest with ourselves.”