“Retro” Virat Kohli is the Next Guest of Mayank Agarwal

India’s style icon who is also the captain of the India national cricket team is ‘going retro’ nowadays. Virat Kohli, the next guest of Mayank Agarwal’s famous show claimed the same.

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The BCCI on Wednesday released a teaser of the next episode of Open Nets with Mayank, where Mayank Agarwal can be seen interviewing India national cricket team captain Virat Kohli. The short clip gives a glimpse of the skipper who is seen adjusting his spectacles multiple times. India’s Test opener Mayank Agarwal eventually appreciated Virat Kohli’s glasses. The captain enjoys that bit of compliment and says, “Thanks man, going retro.”

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Mayank Agarwal’s show for the Board of Cricket Control for India has been featuring a number of superstars of Indian cricket since the beginning of the lockdown. In the LIVE chat show, Mayank Agarwal asks all types of questions to his guests in an attempt of entertaining the fans with a slice of cricket. Virat Kohli is going to be the next guest of the show which will be soon telecast by the BCCI.

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The last big name of the show

Several Indian cricketers like Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan already joined Mayank Agarwal for the conversation. Interestingly the last guest of the show was former India captain and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly. Sourav Ganguly spoke about his playing days and also reflected on the future of the game. One of the finest cricketers India has ever produced, Sourav Ganguly also shared moments from his captaincy and recalled the famous 2001 Eden Test.

While he was asked about the ‘toss’ controversy, he spoke about the game and the opponents who were one of the best of all times. “They were such a good side and I was very nervous as it was my first big series as captain and we were up against a fantastic cricket team. In the last 25-30 years, I haven’t seen a side like that Australian team.”

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India’s style icon who is also the captain of the India national cricket team is ‘going retro’ nowadays. Virat Kohli, the next guest of Mayank Agarwal’s famous show claimed the same.

Kohli going retro

The BCCI on Wednesday released a teaser of the next episode of Open Nets with Mayank, where Mayank Agarwal can be seen interviewing India national cricket team captain Virat Kohli. The short clip gives a glimpse of the skipper who is seen adjusting his spectacles multiple times. India’s Test opener Mayank Agarwal eventually appreciated Virat Kohli’s glasses. The captain enjoys that bit of compliment and says, "Thanks man, going retro." https://www.instagram.com/p/CC7qmJ9Afec/ Mayank Agarwal’s show for the Board of Cricket Control for India has been featuring a number of superstars of Indian cricket since the beginning of the lockdown. In the LIVE chat show, Mayank Agarwal asks all types of questions to his guests in an attempt of entertaining the fans with a slice of cricket. Virat Kohli is going to be the next guest of the show which will be soon telecast by the BCCI.

The last big name of the show

Several Indian cricketers like Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan already joined Mayank Agarwal for the conversation. Interestingly the last guest of the show was former India captain and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly. Sourav Ganguly spoke about his playing days and also reflected on the future of the game. One of the finest cricketers India has ever produced, Sourav Ganguly also shared moments from his captaincy and recalled the famous 2001 Eden Test. While he was asked about the ‘toss’ controversy, he spoke about the game and the opponents who were one of the best of all times. "They were such a good side and I was very nervous as it was my first big series as captain and we were up against a fantastic cricket team. In the last 25-30 years, I haven't seen a side like that Australian team.” Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on FacebookTwitter and Instagram