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Comments: 9 
Posted by PANKAJ_GOGIYA on (April 13, 2013, 3:49 GMT)

awesone satish wat resemblance simply awesome..hahahahahaha

Posted by nareshgb1 on (April 12, 2013, 22:48 GMT)

WOW! funny and Great sketch - Kohli looks totally funny. "can I admit to level 2".....seriously!?!

Posted by   on (April 12, 2013, 18:38 GMT)

well , by looking at both of their behaviour's ,one can say confidently that , both of them lack the basic quality of a good caption as their emotions are visible and changes every moment according to situation wherein a good caption never lose his cool. And on other side to me looks like money and fame which they got in very short time frame has polluted their mind and gentelmen behaviour. Also if match raf should ban them for next 3 matches at least and not just leave them with warning. match raf should be given power to act not to act like puppet. These two even at best of their behaviour can't march lowest side of Anil and Rahul. Please like if you agree with me if not lets continue the discussion

Posted by   on (April 12, 2013, 18:37 GMT)

Gambeer please don't cross with the future captain

Posted by   on (April 12, 2013, 11:24 GMT)

What could Raina says now... all for captainship fight?

Posted by guptahitesh4u on (April 12, 2013, 11:16 GMT)

We have seen the gentlemen such as Sachin, Rahul, Laxman, Kumble and now suddenly the team have likes of Kohli and gambhir ..both are good players but the behavior also might go up in the record books but at the same time you need to look at your attitude as well...

Posted by Manikkaraj on (April 12, 2013, 8:03 GMT)

To become a great player, your attitude shoud be fine.. Like Sachin and Dravid.. or else you will be thrown out easily.

Posted by   on (April 12, 2013, 7:43 GMT)

Kohli is a far better cricketer to be invloved in maater as such witnessed in a match against Delhi Daredevils. As an avid fan, I would advise Virat to focus on Cricket and learn ffrom some of the Cricket greats such as Rahul, Sachin Anil. They are true Gentlemen and their records and behaviour both off and on the field speak volume for themselves.

Kohli--You are on your way to become one of the legends of Indian Cricket prvided you take care of attitude and Behaviour. We all remember what had happened to Sreesanth.

The fragility of Indian fans is all known to the entire become a hero now and villain in no time. It is you to decide which side of the road you need to walk on. All the best for the rest of the tournament

Posted by hailianpak on (April 12, 2013, 4:30 GMT)

hahaha nice one. Kohli is always looking for trouble. But anyhow, I love his batting skills.

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