The legendary India batter Virat Kohli has reportedly unfollowed the famous Canada-based singer Shubh on Instagram. This move by Kohli came after the singer posted a controversial map of India in the wake of Khalistan separatist issues related to the country. The singer has been accused of supporting this group of questionable people which has got the Indian citizens furious.
Not long ago, Shubh was lauded by Virat Kohli for his incredible musical talent. He had openly shown his support for the 26-year-old singer by saying that he was in awe of the singing skills of the singer. However, after his recent post things seemed to have changed quite quickly given the true patriotic side of the star cricketer.
“My favourite artist right now @shubhworldwide and my all-time dancer doing what he does on this song is love. Truly mesmerised,” Kohli said in his appreciation post for Shubh on his Instagram handle.
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After spotting Virat Kohli’s post, Shubh did not miss out on acknowledging his appreciation for him.
“Thank you so much bhaji,” the singer replied back to Kohli.
Kohli lifted Asia Cup 2023 title with Team India on Sunday
Speaking of his most recent tournament and batting performance, the star India batter Virat Kohli played a memorable knock of 122* against none other than the arch-rivals, Pakistan. Notably, it was Kohli’s 47th century of his ODI career. Not just that, the batting maestro stitched a 200-run stand with KL Rahul to propel India to a mammoth total of 356 on the board. In reply, the Men in Green succumbed to the immense pressure of run chase and ended up losing the match in a rather lopsided manner. Thereafter, India defeated Sri Lanka to seal their final berth but failed to win the last game of the Super Four round against Bangladesh.
However, this did not stop the Men in Blue from dominating the grand final of the Asia Cup as Mohammad Siraj rattled the Lankan batting lineup which led them to score a paltry 50 runs. In reply, openers Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan chased down the target with ease to hand India their eighth Asia Cup title on Sunday.