Legendary Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan came up with a tweet to laud Indian skipper Virat Kohli's effort against West Indies at Hyderabad. India was chasing a mammoth target of 208 when Virat showed why he is called the 'chasemaster'.
Kohli gave West Indies bowlers a hard time and scored an unbeaten 94 in India's six-wicket victory. India chased down the target in 18.4 overs which shows Virat is a genius when it comes to chasing.
Bachchan posted a picture of Kohli in which he was giving it back to the West Indies bowler Kesrick Williams after smashing 23 runs in his over. It was the famous “notebook” celebration after hitting him for a six.
Twisting his famous dialogue from movie Amar Akbar Anthony, the veteran actor praised Virat for not only scoring his highest T20I score but also for the pay-back to Williams.
Kohli also replied and thanked Bachchan for the words. He said the actor is an inspiration for him. "Haha love the dialogue Sir. You’re always an inspiration. ????????," read Virat's tweet.