Indian skipper Virat Kohli celebrates his 34th birthday today, November 5. The Delhi-born batter, who is now representing his country in the T20 World Cup, is currently in Australia. 

The Indian run machine has scored 24550 runs in 477 international games, adding to his already impressive career.

Several celebrities took to social media to wish Kohli.

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Bollywood actress and his wife Anushka Sharma posted candid pictures of Kohli on Instagram and captioned the post- “It’s your Birthday my love, so obviously, I chose your best angles and photos for this post. Love you in every state and form and way.”

Hardik Pandya, who claimed in a candid conversation with Virat Kohli that he would have taken a bullet for him during their 113-run fifth-wicket partnership, which swung the tide toward India in their four-wicket triumph against Pakistan, wished Virat Kohli on Twitter.

“Happy Birthday, Bro. Wish you the best always,” Pandya tweeted.

Dinesh Karthik, the first Indian cricketer to win a Twenty20 International Man of the Match award, tweeted: “He’s the one who believes when no one else does! A very happy birthday to you.”

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Right handed batter and Virat Kohli’s neighbour, Shreyas Iyer wishing Kohli tweeted – “Happy Born Day Virat.”

Pakistan bowler Shahnawaz Dahani tweeted to his official Twitter account to wish the ‘GOAT’ a happy birthday.

“Just couldn’t wait for 5th Nov to wish the artist who made cricket the most beautiful. Happy birthday @imVkohli the #GOAT. Enjoy your day brother & Keep entertaining the world,” Dahani tweeted.

Opening batter Mayank Aggarwal tweeted – “Happy Birthday Virat. Wishing you good health and happiness and continued success with your masterclass!”

Former ODI vice- captain Yuvraj Singh tweeted – 

“Wishing a very Happy Birthday to the legend who believes in never say never!

Where you are today is a result of your sheer hard work, dedication and attitude.

Keep going King Kohli,  bring home the cup. Lots of love.”

Royal Challengers Bangalore, for whom Virat Kohli captained till 2021 and became the first ever player to reach 6000 IPL Runs tweeted – “Happy Birthday, to the G.O.A.T! One of the most fearless performers in World Cricket.”

Singer- songwriter Armaan Malik tweeted – “A very happy birthday king Kohli! Your determination, patience and strength is so damn inspiring. Thank you for all that you do and motivating young Indians to go above and beyond. Love and respect.”

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The consistency that has produced Kohli, who is recognised as one of the world’s top batsmen, a genuinely unparalleled and prolific batsman of our time, has earned him a great deal of admiration. Among his fans, the great sportsman is known as “Chase Master,” “Run Machine,” and “King Kohli.” Kohli has achieved a number of milestones and garnered numerous honours as a result of his dedication, discipline, and, most importantly, resolve.

Kohli rose to attention after leading India to triumph at the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Malaysia in 2008, after making his debut for the Delhi Under-15 squad in the Polly Umrigar Trophy in 2002. As he rose through the ranks, Kohli accomplished a number of things that helped not only India’s cricketing prowess, but also theirs.