Captain Virat Kohli’s historical feat on Instagram, Dhoni-Rohit, not only Shah Rukh-Salman but PM Modi also remained behind.
Virat Kohli, the star captain of the Indian cricket team, has recorded a unique record.
This time he has set a record outside the world of cricket that no one has made in Asia except India.
This record of Indian captain Virat Kohli is linked to Instagram. He is the first Indian and Asian person to have 100 million followers, with 10 million followers.
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 3, 2021
Along with this, he is also a successful cricketer to reach this stage. On 1 March 2021, he did this great feat. The ICC has also tweeted on his great deeds.
In this, a photo of his followers of more than 100 million people has been posted. Also, it is written that Virat Kohli is the first cricket to have 10 million followers on Instagram.
According to the followers on Instagram, football star Cristiano Ronaldo is at the forefront of the world. Cristiano Ronaldo has 26.6 million followers, totaling 266 million.
After that Ariana Grande is the only 4 player in the 22.4 million followers, actor Dwayne Johnson‘s 1.20 crore followers, Kylie Jenner’s 2.18 crore followers list.
In the same, after Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi is 18.7 crore followers, after Brazilian footballer Neymar 14.7 crore followers, now Virat Kohli is named.
After Virat Kohli, Priyanka Chopra has 60.8 million or 6.8 crore followers on Instagram. He is followed by Shraddha Kapoor who has a total of 5.8 crore followers.
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Deepika Padukone has 5.33 crore followers and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has 5.12 crore followers.
He is the highest follower of Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Instagram after Virat Kohli. Then comes the name of former India great batsman Sachin Tendulkar.
Virat Kohli is currently preparing for the fourth match of the Test series against the England cricket team.
The match will be played at the world’s largest Narendra Modi International Stadium in Ahmedabad. Indian cricket team is leading 2-1 in 4 Test matches series.