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      Don’t Call Me King, it’s Embarrassing: Virat Kohli at Royal Challengers Bengaluru Unbox Event

      Virat Kohli open up on being popularly call as ‘King‘ by his fans and insisted on not being called so, saying he felt embarrassed. The Royal Challengers Bengaluru had a unboxing ceremony of their new jersey.

      RCB was also rebrand as the Royal Challengers Bengaluru at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru.

      Ahead of the much-awaited reveal of the jersey, Virat Kohli was ask how he felt about being on the cricket field after the birth of his 2nd child. 

      Virat Kohli said :

      “Lovely to be back again,”

      The crowd went absolutely berserk as Virat Kohli was speaking, showcasing their emotions and love for the former RCB captain.

      The ‘Kohli, Kohli’s chants went on and on, so much that Virat Kohli had to request the crowd to let him speak.

      Virat Kohli said the team had to catch the charter flight to Chennai after the Unbox event.

      The defending champions will be hosting RCB in Chennai on 22nd March 2024 in a season opener at Chepauk Stadium.

      Virat Kohli said :

      “We need to get to Chennai pretty quickly tonight. We have a charter flight, so we don’t have much time,” 

      He also ask the fans not to refer to him as King anymore.

      Virat Kohli said :

      “Firstly, you need to stop calling me that word (King). Please call me Virat. Don’t call me that word (king), I was just telling Faf du Plessis that I feel embarrassed every year when you call me that word. So just call me Virat, please, from now on, don’t use that word, it’s very embarrassing for me,”

      There was another instance of Virat Kohli speaking in Kannada as he led the unveiling of the franchise’s latest jersey, which had hues of blue and red this time.

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      “Another chapter added to RCB’s history.” Virat Kohli said while donning the new jersey along with skipper Faf du Plessis and WPL winning captain, Smriti Mandhana, who was also present at the stage.

      Virat Kohli, Glenn Maxwell and Faf du Plessis led the guard of honour for the victorious RCB Women’s Premier League team, which came up with a lap of honour in front of their passionate home fans.

      The entire RCB team pose together in their brand new sporting attire.

      IPL and WPL Side RCB Renamed as Royal Challengers Bengaluru

      Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) remane their side to Royal Challengers Bengaluru, the Indian Premier League (IPL) and Women’s Premier League (WPL) share on social media.

      The name change was announce at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

      As to recall the women’s side won the WPL trophy in only their second year, while their male team haven’t had success in the 16 years of IPL.

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