Life will be different after coronavirus: Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, is in home quarantine like everyone else due to coronavirus. Along with his wife Anushka Sharma, he’s spending time with funs and creating public awareness on social media.
For example, in an online class organized by ‘Unacademy’ on Tuesday night, he gave various directions to the students. As he spoke about his cricket career, he also gave various life-related advice. In the discussion, Kohli found a positive aspect of coronavirus. According to him, Kohli thought that after the lockdown, everyone in the society will be more kind and responsible towards each other.
“One of the positive aspects of this coronavirus situation is that everyone in the community is now learning to be kind,” said Kohli in the online class at the academy. “We are all more grateful to frontline fighters now. Be it police, doctor or nurse. I hope it remains after the lockdown too.”
The Indian captain thought the coronavirus had taught the whole world a lesson. “Life is guaranteed,” he said.
“So do what makes you happy. There is no need to be compared with others. Everyone has their own thoughts. Everyone should be given a chance to do it. Life will be different after coronavirus.”
Anushka also spoke in this online session alongside Kohli. According to her, this epidemic had forced her to take care of the basic things of life. She thought that would be useful later in life.
Anushka said, “In this current situation, it involves education for everyone. Nothing is without reason. If there were no frontline fighters, we probably wouldn’t have noticed the basics. It teaches us that no one is different. Health is everything. We are more socially involved now than ever before.”