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Virat Kohli to tell Twitter what he has done 'wrogn' soon

Virat Kohli is in a bit of a fix. Going by the last few of his tweets, it seems Virat has done something which may or may not be the right thing to do.

entertainment Updated: Nov 20, 2014 16:58 IST
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Virat Kohli is in a bit of a fix. Going by the last few of his tweets, it seems Virat has done something which may or may not be the right thing to do.



His first tweet said, "what have I done?"





He followed it up with, "I may have done something wrogn today (sic)."



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But then, Virat had an iota of doubt, "To be honest, it did feel right." And then came the most deciding of statements, "If it feels right can it be wrogn?" The only thing wrong we could find with that statement were the spelling.



Twitter erupted after the tweets as fans worried while many said it may be part of a campaign for a brand.



Virat has been in news for all the right reasons of late. From leading India to a 5-0 win against Sri Lanka to blowing kisses to his lady love Anushka Sharma, the cricket captain has been in form. So, now, just come out and tell us, what did you do Virat?



Anushka also finally came out in open about her relationship with Virat. When asked about Virat during an interview with HT, she said, "I lead my life very openly. I have never denied or hidden anything. It’s just that I don’t like to talk about my private life. I can’t shout from the roof top. It’s out there for people to see. They can see, think, say and insinuate anything. But I’ll not comment on it. I also feel that if I talk about my relationship, its sanctity goes away. My relationships, be it with my parents, ­brother, friends or partner, are very pure. I don’t want that to go away."