Virat Kohli says ‘sorry’ on International Women's Day

The cricket-star slammed the men with negative outlook towards women by subtly keeping up his wooing-attitude.

Star batsman Virat Kohli wished all his followers a happy women's day.   -  K. R. Deepak

India’s Test cricket team captain > Virat Kohli took to his Twitter handle to share his thoughts on the International Women’s Day.





The cricket-star slammed the men with negative outlook towards women by subtly keeping up his wooing-attitude. He even added a snap of his with ‘SORRY’ written on it.

Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor too shared a touching video yesterday where he, in a black-and-white, serious tone was seen telling his experience with women. In the video, the ‘Gundey’ actor was seen confessing that he owes his life to the two women he has always been with — his mother and sister.