Virat Kohli Lookalike Creates Buzz in Ayodhya: Fans Surround for Selfies, Viral Video Captures Attention

On January 22nd, a ceremony for the installation of Lord Rama’s idol in the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya was organized, where Kohli was expected to be present. However, due to personal reasons, King Kohli could not attend the event. Nonetheless, Virat Kohli’s look alike was spotted in Ayodhya shortly after the ceremony, engaging with fans, taking selfies, and creating a buzz on social media.

Viral Video of Kohli’s look alike Fan Interaction in Ayodhya

A video of duplicate Kohli interacting with fans and attempting to take selfies went viral on social media. In the video, duplicate Kohli is seen surrounded by a crowd, and after a while, the police had to intervene to escort him out. The video garnered constant reactions from fans after its release.

Kohli Opts Out of First Two Tests Against England

In a surprising move, Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has decided to stay out of the first two Test matches against England. Due to undisclosed personal reasons, Kohli will not be part of the series for the initial matches. The first Test between India and England is scheduled to start on January 25th in Hyderabad.

BCCI Appeals for Privacy Regarding Kohli’s Break

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has appealed to fans and the media to respect Virat Kohli’s privacy regarding the reasons for his break. The five-match series, beginning in Hyderabad on January 25th, will proceed without Kohli. BCCI Secretary Jay Shah mentioned that Kohli has requested to be excluded from the first two Tests against England due to personal reasons, and this decision was taken in consultation with Captain Rohit Sharma and the team management.

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