Rajendra Prasad Mohapatra

Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) star batsman Virat Kohli is currently in brilliant form in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. However, ahead of RCB’s upcoming clash against five-time champions Mumbai Indians (MI), Kohli opened up about his biggest fear.

The former Indian captain asserted that whenever there is bad turbulence, he is the first one to hold the sides of the seat.

“I am very scared of turbulence. Oh my God, I look so stupid and like a fool. Whenever there is a bad turbulence, I am the first guy to hold the sides of the seat. So I feel like, I am the gone,” said Kohli during an interaction.

Notably, Kohli is currently going with great guns in the 17th edition of IPL. The star batsman has already scored a century to his name and has garnered a total of 316 runs in as many as five matches at an impressive average of 105.33.

However, RCB are currently going through a bad patch in the ongoing edition of the mega event. They have managed to win only one of their five matches so far. Though, their batting has clicked, their bowlers are yet to get their rhythm.