While Indian peoples were busy celebrating their 77th Independence Day on Tuesday former Indian skipper Virat Kohli expresses his emotions about the day and revealed how it is special to him.
Virat Kohli Independency Day Wish
India is celebrating Independence Day much delighted on Tuesday. India got independence in 1947 in this day from British colony rule. This day is full of memories of the struggles and aspirations of billions of people who are working day and night to contribute to the growth of this country.
Everyone has given contributions to building this nation that include sportspersons also. Many individuals and teams are representing India on stages increasing the stature of India.
Cricket players have also contributed a major part in representing India by winning titles, making world records, and have been achieving glory for the nation.
The Indian player Virat Kohli who had many records and milestones in his career reminds everyone on the occasion of Independence about the day’s importance.
He posted a tweet to wish the nation its 77th Independence Day and wrote, “Happy Independence Day to all. Jai Hind.”
Happy Independence Day to all. Jai Hind. 🇮🇳
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) August 15, 2023
He also revealed that his father was born on the same day and said there are a lot of emotions attached to the day.
“Independence Day is the most important day in the history of our country. Especially with the way it’s celebrated in India and so much happening around it. For me, it’s all the more special because it’s my father’s birthday.
It was all the more special because both occasions were celebrated. I have many fond memories of Independence Day,” said Virat Kohli.
“It’s a day where all Indians feel a lot of pride of what we have achieved as a nation from that day in 1947. It makes us all feel very proud.”
There is a culture of flying kites in Delhi during this day. Virat Kohli said flying kites on a special day holds a special place in his heart.
“We have played a lot on Independence Day. Off-field memories it’s about hoisting the flag before you go out on a game day. Having the national anthem played is a moment of pride for all of us. In Delhi, there is a big culture of flying kites.
That used to be a super moment. We all used to prepare. The night before getting things ready. It used to be a perfectly windy day to enjoy. That is a special memory in my mind,” Kohli added.