Virat Kohli: Homework was a 'big headache'
Kohli, 27, also recalled those days when for a game at virtual station it used to cost rupees 10 for a coin.
New Delhi: In a candid chat with his fans recently, India's Test captain Virat Kohli shared some of his childhood memories.
While talking about his schooling days and how he used to spend his holidays, Kohli said, "I generally used to spend my holidays by playing cricket all the time or play badminton in society."
Finishing holiday homework was a major issue for the premier Indian batsman, who said the homework was a 'big headache' for him and he never ended up finishing it.
The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper who has a wonderful record while playing at home ground - M Chinnaswamy Stadium – also stated that 'it's now easy to bat at Chinnaswamy than to bat at Smaaash 360 degree cricket stimulator.'
Kohli, 27, also recalled those days when for a game at virtual station it used to cost rupees 10 for a coin which was difficult to afford at that time.
(With PTI inputs)