New Delhi, Feb 3: Virat Kohli is the bright star of Indian cricket. In a country where cricket is religion, Kohli is the new god.
Awestruck by his incredible batting performance and hunger to score runs every time he enters the field has compelled fans and critics to emulate this 28-year-old batting maestro to none other than 'Master Blaster' Sachin Tendulkar.
Kohli's meteoric rise and his transformation from a talented, aggressive youngster to a future legend in the world cricket has put fans and experts in his awe.
The Delhi lad had shown his mental toughness at a very young age when he went on to play a Ranji game for his team on a day his father passed away. Understanding his importance in the team in that game, a young Kohli kept his emotions aside and went on playing for the side.
Kohli reached home after completing his innings to perform his father's last rites. Such character from a youngster impressed several top cricketers in the country.
Kohli, later, revealed that it was a promise he made to his father that he'll keep playing no matter what.
At a time when people are still in admiration of biopic made on former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and waiting eagerly for the upcoming biopic on Sachin Tendulkar, Kohli has released a video on his life's journey.
The three-minute long video starts with Kohli travelling in a team bus as he goes down the memory lane staring out of the window. In the clip the Indian captain recollects his cricketing journey so far.
The video highlights a young lad's conflict with himself after hearing about his father's demise and his subsequent rise in Indian cricket.
Here's the inspiring video: