Team Indian and Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli has loads to have a good time in 2021. In a world grappling with COVID-19 pandemic, Kohli and spouse Anushka Sharma acquired one of many biggest joys of life after they turned dad and mom to stunning daughter Vamika on January 11.
In a heart-to-heart chat on RCB’s social media channel, Kohli opened up about his life after turning into a father.
“Things change quite drastically. I mean, everything that you have been used to, routines etc everything changes. You literally have to, totally be aligned and aware of taking care of another life that is totally dependent on the mother primarily but also dependent on the father. Both parents taking care of the child together is a different environment altogether and something that both (Anushka Sharma) of us have enjoyed thoroughly,” Kohli stated within the video posted on RCB’s social media.
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“It’s been life-changing. It’s been a connection that has been different from anything else that we both have experienced before just to see your child smile at you is something you can’t put in words. I can’t express how it feels from within. It’s just been such a blessed and amazing period,” Kohli added.
The interview was carried out previous to RCB’s IPL 2021 opener in opposition to Mumbai Indians which RCB gained. After Harshal Patel’s five-wicket haul (5/27) helped Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) limit Mumbai Indians (MI) to 159/9, AB de Villiers made 48 off 27 in powerful batting circumstances to see them house.
Kohli’s RCB will now tackle Sunrisers Hyderabad of their second sport of IPL 2021 on the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Wednesday (April 14) from 730pm onwards.