On International Women’s Day, Virat Kohli, Indian cricket team's skipper shared a special message on Twitter. The newlywed 29-year-old posted a tribute to wife Anushka Sharma.
Virat said that women are very strong who rise even after surrounded by threats of violence and domestic abuse. He also added that women and men are not equal, but women are above men.
“Men and women aren’t equal. I really wish we were. Honestly, the fact is, it’s easier to be one than the other. Sexual harassment, discrimination, sexism, domestic abuse and threats of violence… and the list goes on. Despite all of this, women rise and shine in all walks of life. Still, think they are equal? No, they are better than equal. To all the women all around the world, I wish you all a very happy Women’s Day,” Kohli said in the video.
Virat is currently rested for the Nidahas Trophy 2018. Rohit Sharma is leading the Indian side. They lost the first game against Sri Lanka and will take on Bangladesh in their second encounter on March 8.