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by hazra on Nov 08, 2018 09:11 PM

Is Virat a Spoiled Brat or is Pampered by his Recent Success with his Bat? Of Late Virat is equivocal to his Mouth along with his Bat. Nobody is interested in his Love Hate Story both in his Personal as well as his Professional Attitude and Aptitude. That he should leave it at his Bed Room or Bath Room Not in the Public.

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Pradip Datta
Virat & his Arrogance
by Pradip Datta on Nov 08, 2018 04:32 PM

Virat is a great player but as a spokes person he is not diplomatic.There are many sports lovers in India who love sports person of other country. This is democracy. The supporters of BJP may not like Rahul Gandhi but they can't say his followers to go to other country. In fact our cricket captain is not tactful as a result of which India got such a drubbing in England.

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damodaran mohan
by damodaran mohan on Nov 08, 2018 04:30 PM

Virat could do w/o this avoidable controversy....may be it happened in heat of the moment and he should be careful not allow it to affect his game.Any fan of any sport can like or dislike sports person of any country as his or her choice...why drag patriotism into it. Virat must be remembering in early part of his cricketing career he was not very successful and a bit inconsistent.I have read columns in magazines calling him 'flat track bully'...but now he has left that past behind and come a long way.Its all part of life.

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Voice of people
by Voice of people on Nov 08, 2018 03:06 PM

There is nothing wrong with this tweet. Anyone can choose his favorite player like ABDV, Cook, Root, Smith, Amla, etc. Enjoyment is a personal choice and feeling. If fans are choosing other player but not me, it will be my narrow mind if I will criticize him. Why does people like batting of ABDV or bowling of Dale Steyn and making them favorite? A true cricket lover can enjoy anybody’s game. It is his right to do so. I remember some days back a Pakistani citizen declared Kohli as his favorite player, after beating Aus by India, Kohli scored 90, he has hoisted Indian flag in Pakistan, that man faced 10 years jail. There was also storm in Pakistan against that man. There were so much eroticization then in our media against Pakistan. Thus, now, criticizing this man we are supporting that act of Pakistan. Now if some Indian citizen will enjoy English and Australian cricketer instead of Kohli, he can say to leave India. But if some citizen from other country will enjoy Kohli and became his fan, will Kohli welcome him to stay with him?

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sachin barhanpurkar
by sachin barhanpurkar on Nov 08, 2018 02:42 PM


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Voice of people
by Voice of people on Nov 08, 2018 02:38 PM

Your favorite footballer is Ronaldo, no Indian - Go to Spain, leave India. Your favorite Tennis player is Federer, no Indian – Go to Switzerland, leave India. Your favorite actress is Angelina Jolie, no Indian – Go to U.S., leave India. Your favorite book is An autobiography of Andre Agassi, no Indian – Go to U.S., leave India. Your favorite destination id Paris, not in India – Go to France, leave India. Your favorite tattoo is Samurai warrior, no Indian – Go to Japan

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Suresh Kumar Subudhi
Virat is not wrong
by Suresh Kumar Subudhi on Nov 08, 2018 02:19 PM

Virat is not wrong ,you didn\'t like Virat that is your choice, I am not a fan fo Virat but every Indian is proud of him so am I.He had achived so many things that no body in the world crickting field had done. He playing for our country and a true Iandian will always like to see his country man on the front when having a comparesion . Others may be better but they are playing for their own country not for India.Nothing bad for prasing those who are good on their field, but don\'t forget that we are Indians and respect those who make my country proud.

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N G Thakurta
Even the English & Australians will be surprised
by N G Thakurta on Nov 08, 2018 01:54 PM

To learn that a few Indians favor letting down our very own undisputed best batsman in the world, to some English or Aussie player who by any standards don't even match a fraction of greatness Virat has attained.

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Kohli's comments
by JAYAMOHAN PILLAI on Nov 08, 2018 01:09 PM  | Hide replies

This is like the present ruling party. If you say anything which they don't like, immediately threat will come to leave and go to the neighbouring country. Kohli may be great, but he should learn to accept adverse comments also.

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baranikumar mahadevan
Re: Kohli's comments
by baranikumar mahadevan on Nov 08, 2018 04:09 PM
They are even worse. You talk against them you will have the police arresting you for being antinational. You will have the IT Dept conducting a raid or the CBI if you are a politician. Then you will have a case filed against you and so on.

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Democracy means ?
by THANGAVELU on Nov 08, 2018 01:00 PM

Virat, you are a paid cricket player. Whether you play well or not, your packet is filled. But cricket enthusiast is not. Cricket is a game and not person based. Why do you like to play abroad ? Cricket has seen many people like you and moved on.... Do not demand anything but earn for everything.... Grow with age....Please enjoy with your fame and money... and understand that you are small dust in the game of cricket....

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