Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is regarded to be one of the best batsmen of this generation. The impeccable consistency with which he scores his runs is a delight to watch. Among the many exquisite shots he plays, the cover-drive is considered to be his signature shot. On Wednesday, the Indian skipper also showed everyone his signature dance step. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Indian Team Departs For England, View Pics of Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni and other Players Leaving From Mumbai Airport (View Pics & Video).
In a short video posted on his Instagram account, Kohli presents his signature dance step while grooving to the Punjabi song Yarri Yeah by Mickey Singh. The Instagram post, a promotional advertisement for One8select brown shoes – a Puma collection – shows Kohli challenging everyone to show their signature dance step. Kohli also invites everyone to join the #BFFChallenge and lists down the requirements.
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Here's my #SignatureMove! Think you can do better than this? Then join the #BFFChallenge and stand a chance to meet me. 😎 Here's what you have to do: - Follow @one8select - Put your formal shoes on and post your video showing your signature dance move. - Use #BFFChallenge, #one8Select and nominate your friends to do this! Now that you've seen my moves, I nominate @abdevilliers17 and @shreyas41 for the #BFFChallenge. Let's see what you guys got! 🕺
Kohli starts the video by revealing that the shoe shown in the video is his favourite pair of One8Selcet shoes. He then goes on to praise the quality of the brand, calling it sleek and absolute beauty. He also nominates fellow cricketers AB de Villiers and Shreyas Iyer to show off their signature dance step. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Sachin Tendulkar’s Super Fan Sudhir Kumar Is Missing Little Master in Upcoming CWC, Finds Virat Kohli to Cheer For.
Meanwhile, the Indian skipper along with his team departed for England yesterday for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The CWC2019 begins on May 30, with Kohli-led India playing their first match against South Africa five days later.
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