IPL 2021: Virat Kohli issues strong remark on daughter’s privacy on Instagram; Check posts

IPL 2021: Kohli not only explained the meaning of his daughter's name but also opened up on protecting the privacy of his daughter.  
IPL 2021: Kohli not only explained the meaning of his daughter's name but also opened up on protecting the privacy of his daughter.  IPL 2021: Kohli not only explained the meaning of his daughter's name but also opened up on protecting the privacy of his daughter.  

IPL 2021: Virat Kohli strong remark on daughter’s privacy- Indian skipper Virat Kohli, on Saturday threw open his Instagram account and engaged with his fans in an Q&A session. Kohli is currently in quarantine at a Mumbai hotel with his family (wife Anushka Sharma and daughter Vamika Kohli) and along with the rest of his teammates in the lead-up to the England tour.

Responding to a fan who had asked to share a glimpse of his daughter Vamika, Kohli not only explained the meaning of Vamika’s name but the Team India captain also opened up on protecting the privacy of his daughter.

“Vamika is another name for Goddess Durga. No we have decided as a couple to not expose our child to social media before she has an understanding of what social media is and can make her own choice.” Kohli said in his response. Check Virat’s post below.

Pic courtesy- Virat Kohli (Instagram)

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Meanwhile, Virat Kohli also said he is training once a day and spending time with his family when describing his routing in quarantine.

Virat Kohli will be leading India on the England tour where the World No. 1 Test side will play as many as 6 Tests, including the World Test Championship final. It will be a good chance for Kohli to win a major ICC title as India take on New Zealand in the final of the inaugural WTC, starting June 18 in Southampton.

India will travel to the UK on chartered plane and reach the country on June 3.

In the UK, players’ activity will be allowed in a gradually increasing manner after each round of negative testing, moving from exercise in isolation to small group and then larger squad activity, whilst always remaining within the bio-secure venue.