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Virat Kohli picks his favourite cricketer between AB de Villiers and MS Dhoni

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Virat Kohli picks his favourite cricketer between AB de Villiers and MS Dhoni

Cricket fans all throughout the nation have called Star Sports, the Indian T20 League’s official television broadcaster, home for more than ten years. For the first time ever, Star Sports has gathered a galaxy of stars from the cricket world to bring these legends closest to their fans as they prepare for the 16th season of the Indian T20 League.

The goal of assembling legends like Rohit Sharma, who was recently named the greatest Indian T20 League captain of all time, and Virat Kohli, who won the award for the Most Incredible Season, along with Hardik Pandya, the captain of reigning champion Gujarat, KL Rahul, and Shreyas Iyer, the captains of Lucknow and Kolkata, and one of the greatest all-rounders of all time, Ravindra Jadeja from Chennai was to provide fans with a special chance to get to know their favourite heroes on a deeper level and experience a side of them that had never been seen before as they shared tales of their travels’ triumphs, struggles, and joy as well as their personal preferences.

Who featured in the latest promo of Star Sports for the Indian T20 League 2023?

Kohli was recently featured in the new promo for the Indian T20 League 2023 where we can see the old ‘out of cricket version’ of Kohli, which the fans love to see. He was seen talking about his favourite car in childhood and explained why he used to love it as a kid himself. He was also asked questions related to cricket and some questions were tough.

The Bangalore batter was then asked who he thinks he has a better bromance with. The options were between his former India captain MS Dhoni and former Bangalore teammate AB de Villiers. The choice between the two greatest players and people was a tough one even for a guy like Kohli but in the end, he chose the diplomatic way and said “Both” as his answer. 

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