Indian actor Aamir Ali recently opened up on a thrilling collaboration with none other than star India batter Virat Kohli. While speaking to Zoom, Aamir, who was famous for portraying the role of a police officer in a comedy show titled “F.I.R”, also shared insights into Kohli’s son Akaay, who was born earlier this year on February. Notably, just like their first child Vamika, Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma, a famous bollywood actor, have also kept Akaay away from the eyes of the media and fans, citing privacy concerns.

Aamir, while speaking on his latest collab with Kohli, revealed how the former India captain had a different spark on his face while talking about his family.

“We did have a chat about cricket, but when he spoke about his family, he had a different spark on his face. He showed me his daughter’s photo and also spoke about Anushka. He had a different spark on his face. That was the most endearing thing I liked about him,” Aamir said during a chat with Zoom.

Sharing insights into Kohli’s son, Aamir added: “Akaay is damn cute. I told him it’s good that you’ve kept them away. It’s Anushka’s decision to keep the kids away (from the media and fans). Kids have to be. But he’s so golu molu and a cute pie, god bless him,” he added.

Last week, Amir had shared a picture of him and Kohli on his Instagram handle.

“Something undercover with the man with the golden cover drive,” he had captioned the post.

For the unversed, Kohli had taken a break from cricket earlier this year to be with his wife and daughter in London.

He had missed the entire Test series against England for the birth of Akaay. He finally returned to action in the ongoing season of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

In the ongoing IPL, Kohli has been in red-hot form as he is currently the highest run-scorer. Despite being criticised for his slow strike-rate, the RCB star has amassed a total of 500 runs in just 10 matches. His tally includes four half-centuries and a ton. His strike-rate is 147.49 while his batting average is 71.43. He played a crucial role in RCB’s memorable victory against Gujarat Titans, where he scored 70 off 44 balls.

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