1. This Pakistani wants to marry Virat Kohli; problem? He is a man!

This Pakistani wants to marry Virat Kohli; problem? He is a man!

Well, it is well known that quite a lot of women adore him and have even proposed to him but this must be the first time Kohli has been proposed by a man.

By: | New Delhi | Published: September 17, 2017 3:12 PM
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Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is as good-looking as his brilliant cricketing skills. Given. The Indian skipper maintains very high standards of fitness and if not a cricketer, he would have easily been a model or actor. That’s probably the reason why girls in India and other countries are mad about him. This list of countries also includes Pakistan. So, when no Indian player played for the World XI in the recently concluded Independence Cup, a lot of Pakistani fans took to Twitter to express their disappointment, especially about Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni.

Along with their heartfelt messages, fans also uploaded placards in Lahore stadium indicating their disappointment. However, one picture, in particular, is breaking the internet. In a photo that has gone viral, a Pakistani police officer is seen holding a poster that reads, ‘Kohli, Marry Me’ in all CAPS! What’s strange about it? Well, this police personnel is a man and Twitterati just can’t keep calm about it. Well, it is well known that quite a lot of women adore him and have even proposed to him but this must be the first time Kohli has been proposed by a man.

Check out the viral image:

This isn’t the first time when Virat Kohli is in the news because of a proposal. Earlier, British woman cricketer Danielle Wyatt had taken it to Twitter to propose the Indian skipper. While it is not sure if he wrote the words himself, the picture has been going around after it was noticed on the day of the final. Many felt he simply held the placard without realising what it read, others tagged him as a true Kohli fan.

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