Sri Lanka. In the ongoing test series, Kohli became the quickest among Indian captains to reach 1000 Test runs on foreign soil, breaking Sachin Tendulkar’s record. He reached the milestone in just 17 innings while Tendulkar took 19 innings to get there.
Earlier in July, Kohli broke Tendulkar’s record for most hundreds in chases during the fifth and final One-Day International against West Indies in Jamaica. While The Little Master took 232 innings to score 17 hundreds, Kohli got there in just 102 innings to score 18 ODI tons while batting second. Now, in a major blow to Tendulkar fans, Kholi has announced that a biopic on him will be made when he turns 30, it is learnt by Faking News.
“I have just read more news about our captain-hot breaking more records. In fact, he had broken more Tendulkar records than the number of times the little master had visited Rajya Sabha. With the latest one from the test series, I will stop counting. But, biopic at the age of 30 is huge. This breaks the record of all of the other modern day cricketers put together. Tendulkar fans will read and weep” a die-hard Kohli fan told Faking News.
“Kholi might have broken many of our master’s records. Numbers of hundreds, fastest 1000s, hundreds on winning cause etc., He might even get one more, making a biopic at the age of 30. But, our master has an impressive record on the places and number of times he had promoted his biopic. Also, the chant of Sachin…Sachin still brings goosebumps to the viewers. There is no such thing as Kohli. ..Kholi” a Sachin fan vehemently defended the little master.
“Biopic at the age of 30 is cool. Hope the movie is not as much boring as M.S.Dhoni or Sachin. A Kholi movie will have enough elements to match with bollywood masala movies. Will Kumble act in the movie?” a neutral cricket fan asked Faking News.
Meanwhile, Sreeshanth had approached a few producers to make a movie on his life and on his IPL life in particular, it is learnt by Faking News.
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