ICC World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli Ready To Silence Critics Yet Again

Virat Kohli has always shut down his critics with his bat. Many times he has said how he let his bat talking. This time, just with the beginning of the World Cup he, along with Puma has come up with a new song that talks about the same concept.

Virat Kohli’s New Song with Puma India

Virat Kohli has tweeted a video song that he has made in collaboration with Puma. The song name, Chakravyuh Mein SockThem suggests what it is all about. The song is inspired from a match between India and Australia. Kohli, in Perth, made a brilliant century, took off his helmet and made a gesture with the bat. The ‘bla bla’ movement suggested the talks he was receiving from the critics. The intention was to clearly inform that he let his bat do the talking. Since then, Kohli has gone to another level. He channelizes all the negative energy to his playing. His, in this case, takes inspiration from him. So, to celebrate love for cricket, Puma has taken this initiative. This will bind the fans together to support the team in every kind of situation.

Virat Kohli has tweeted the video song

This video also features the Olympic Gold Medalist Mary Kom along with Sushma Verma, Rahul Bheke, and Dheeraj Singh Moirangthem. All of them are Puma ambassadors. They certainly know how to shock people with performance. Moreover, this song is composed by the real ‘gully boy’ divine. Divine collaborated with Puma in 2017 and came up with Suede Gully. That features cultures and dance movements from all over India. The song is choreographed by ‘World of Dance’ winners Kings United.

Virat Kohli and team India will begin their main World Cup campaign on June 5. Their first match will be against South Africa in Southampton. India had a poor start with first match defeat against New Zealand. But they seemed to be back in form against Bangladesh.

Written By Shreyasi Dravid

Also Read: Who will win the ODI World Cup 2019? Here are the top 5 contenders

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Virat Kohli has always shut down his critics with his bat. Many times he has said how he let his bat talking. This time, just with the beginning of the World Cup he, along with Puma has come up with a new song that talks about the same concept.

Virat Kohli's New Song with Puma India

Virat Kohli has tweeted a video song that he has made in collaboration with Puma. The song name, Chakravyuh Mein SockThem suggests what it is all about. The song is inspired from a match between India and Australia. Kohli, in Perth, made a brilliant century, took off his helmet and made a gesture with the bat. The ‘bla bla’ movement suggested the talks he was receiving from the critics. The intention was to clearly inform that he let his bat do the talking. Since then, Kohli has gone to another level. He channelizes all the negative energy to his playing. His, in this case, takes inspiration from him. So, to celebrate love for cricket, Puma has taken this initiative. This will bind the fans together to support the team in every kind of situation.

Virat Kohli has tweeted the video song

https://twitter.com/imVkohli/status/1134389770975555584 This video also features the Olympic Gold Medalist Mary Kom along with Sushma Verma, Rahul Bheke, and Dheeraj Singh Moirangthem. All of them are Puma ambassadors. They certainly know how to shock people with performance. Moreover, this song is composed by the real ‘gully boy’ divine. Divine collaborated with Puma in 2017 and came up with Suede Gully. That features cultures and dance movements from all over India. The song is choreographed by ‘World of Dance’ winners Kings United. Virat Kohli and team India will begin their main World Cup campaign on June 5. Their first match will be against South Africa in Southampton. India had a poor start with first match defeat against New Zealand. But they seemed to be back in form against Bangladesh. Written By Shreyasi Dravid
Also Read: Who will win the ODI World Cup 2019? Here are the top 5 contenders
Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on FacebookTwitter and Instagram