Virat Kohli feels that Coronavirus has made us more Compassionate!

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The ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic has taught people to stay more aware and thankful to the frontline workers who are continuously fighting against COVID-19 pandemic and keeping us safe. Virat Kohli hopes that the sense of gratitude towards the frontline workers like doctors and the police force will remain even after the crisis get over.

Indian Captain Virat Kohli on Tuesday said people seem to have become more compassionate while coping with COVID-19 pandemic and hoped that the sense of gratitude for the frontline workers such as doctors and police force will remain even after the crisis get over. Speaking in an online class which is organized by ‘Unacademy”, Virat Kohli and his actor wife Anushka Sharma spoke for hours about the challenges they faced before enjoying the success. “The one positive thing out of this crisis is that we as a society have become more compassionate. We are showing more gratitude to the frontline workers in this war whether it is the police force, doctors, or nurses. “I hope that it stays the same way even after we overcome the crisis situation”, said Virat Kohli with Anushka seated next to her.

Kohli said that the Pandemic has taught the world a very important lesson, “Life is unpredictable so do what makes you happy and not get into comparisons all the time. People have a choice now to come out of this phase. Life is going to be completely different after this”, said Indian Captain Virat Kohli.

Anushka Sharma said, the ongoing Pandemic has forced people to take care of the basic necessities of life. “There is a learning in all of this. Nothing happens without a reason. If the frontline workers were not there we would have access to only basics”, she said. “This crisis situation has taught us that there is no one special that the other. Health is everything, we are more connected as a society now”, she added. During the session, Kohli was asked about that one moment when he felt most helpless.

“I felt absolutely hopeless and that nothing was working for me when I was not selected for the state team initially. I cried the whole night and asked my coach ‘why did I not get selected?” he replied.