Virat Kohli took out time to visit old age home at Pune Image: BCCI
Virat Kohli can do no wrong, both on and off the cricket field. The master batsman, who has going through the darkest purple patch in his life, decided to give back some love to the society. (Read: Chiseled Cheeku)
After Royal Challengers win against Pune Supergiants, the Bangalore skipper Kohli took some time off to visit an old-age home in Pune.
Kohli visited Aabhalmaya spend time and spread joy amongst the senior citizens.
“People like Dr. Aparna are doing remarkable work by running such a facility for all those elderly, who have been left (alone) by their dear ones”, said Kohli during his visit, This is absolutely wrong and it is our duty to take care of the elderly members of our family.”
Kohli has become an active social worker and the India Test captain has also built The Virat Kohli Foundation to help the needy. In Pune, his foundation joined hands with the ABIL Foundation to help the Aabhalmaya facility.