p>Virat Kohli’s wife Anushka Sharma was incensed when her husband confessed that someone broke into his hotel room in Perth, Australia, and videotaped his personal items before sharing the film online.
Virat Kohli’s criticism of the person who entered his room at the Crown Towers in Perth prompted Anushka Sharma‘s response. Since the Men in Blue arrived for their match against South Africa in the ongoing T20 World Cup, the star cricketer and his other Indian teammates had been lodging there.
Sharing the video, Anushka Sharma wrote, “Have experienced a few incidents where some fans have shown no compassion or grace in the past but this really is the worst thing. An absolute disgrace and violation of a human being and anyone who sees this and thinks celebrity ho toh deal Karna padega should know that you are also part of the problem. Exercising some self control helps everyone. Also, if this is happening in your bedroom then where is the line?
Virat Kohli previously vented his anger at “someone” for violating his privacy and exposing his attire and accessories to the general world.
The former captain of India called the incident “appalling” and added that it had caused him to become “paranoid” about his privacy.
Virat Kohli has shared disturbing footage of what appears to be strangers recording a video in his hotel room.
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Then, Virat Kohli pleaded with his devoted followers to respect his privacy rather than view him as a mere entertainment commodity.
“I understand that fans get very happy and excited seeing their favourite players and get excited to meet them and I’ve always appreciated that. But this video here is appalling and it’s made me feel very paranoid about my privacy,” Virat Kohli’s note on social media read.
“If I cannot have privacy in my own hotel room, then where can I really expect any personal space at all?? I’m NOT okay with this kind of fanaticism and absolute invasion of privacy. Please respect people’s privacy and not treat them as a commodity for entertainment,” he added.
Meanwhile, the Crown Towers in Perth apologized to Virat Kohli for the incident, “We unreservedly apologise to the guest involved and will continue to take the necessary steps to ensure this remains an isolated incident.
Crown has taken immediate steps to rectify the issue. The individuals involved have been stood down and removed from the Crown account, and the original video was swiftly removed from the social media platform.”
“Crown is conducting an investigation with the third-party contractor and will take any further steps necessary to ensure an incident of this nature does not happen again. We are also cooperating with the Indian Cricket team and the International Cricket Council to convey our apologies and will continue to work with them as we progress the investigation,” the hotel added in its statement.
“We’ve thought about it a lot. We definitely do not want to raise a child in the public eye we don t plan on engaging our child in social media.
I think it s a decision your child should be able to take. No kid should be made to be more special than the other. It s hard enough for adults to deal with it. It s going to be difficult, but we intend to follow through,” the pair said in a joint statement after the birth of their daughter.
“The Bhagavad Gita is the holy book which is the synthesis of Hinduism. Literally translated, it means “the song by God”. Kohli played an innings that was as close to a ‘song by god’ as has ever been played in T20 cricket,” Greg Chappell wrote in his column for the Australian newspaper “Sydney Morning Herald”.
“Like a cat playing with a new skein of wool, Kohli teased then expertly picked apart an excellent Pakistan bowling attack until it lay unravelled, spent and exposed on the green carpet of the MCG.” “….It was an innings that showcased the art of batting like no other that I have seen in a lifetime of watching cricket,” former Team India coach added.
“Ironically, it was also the innings that legitimised T20 cricket as, dare I say it, an art form, more than any that I have seen in the past 15 years. Nobody can dismiss T20 cricket as simply entertainment ever again,” Greg Chappell noted.