Trolls don't bother Ravi Shashtri: Virat Kohli
New Delhi : Indian skipper Virat Kohli has dismissed the allegations claiming that trolls may bother Indian coach Ravi Shastri. He also mentioned that the rumours which come to social media on her wife's name are also agenda driven.
"All the things we spoke about, you know what was being spoken and said about Anushka as well. I think most of these things are agenda-driven. I don't know why or what for, but to accept lies in that manner, it could not be anything else but agenda driven," Kohli told India Today.
"If it was random, one guy would write it and the others would not focus on it because it is not important enough."
He also mentioned that Ravi Shastri is the one who is least affected by such trolls. The only focus he has is to make the present Indian team the best in the world.
"In Ravi bhai's case, he is luckily a person who doesn't care at all. I mean a guy who has faced that attack (during his career) without a helmet and got runs, he is not gonna be bothering about someone sitting at home and trolling him.
"Because if you want to troll a guy who has done that, get up, go into that position, face those bowlers, do what he has done, and then have a debate with that guy. He is absolutely chilled out. He says our only focus is on how we can be the best team of all time," Kohli said.