RIP Bruno: Why Virat Kohli is in so much grief, this picture says

Doggie of Team India captain Virat Kohli died on Wednesday. Kohli is very unhappy because of this. He has also written an emotional message, sharing Bruno’s picture on social media.

RIP Bruno: Why Virat Kohli is in so much grief, this picture says
Virat Kohli with his dog Bruno

Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli suffered a major setback on Wednesday. His Doggie Bruna left the world leaving him. The current run machine Virat not only shared his picture on social media while mourning the demise of his dog, but also wrote an emotional message. His Bollywood actress wife Anushka Sharma has also shared the picture of Doggy on Instagram.

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Rest in peace my Bruno. Graced our lives with love for 11 years but made a connection of a lifetime. Gone to a better place today. God bless his soul with peace 🙏❤️

A post shared by Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) on

Those who do not know should be told that the Indian captain and Bruno were 11 years old together. That is, he was with him since he did not even make a debut in Test and T20 International cricket.

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Kohli made his Test debut 9 years ago in June 2011 against the West Indies at Kingston, while the first T20 International was played against Zimbabwe in June 2010.

RIP Bruno: Why Virat Kohli is in so much grief, this picture says
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Captain Virat Kohli has written an emotional message on Instagram, sharing Bruno’s picture. He wrote – Rest in Peace Bruno. You have been with us for 11 years, but we have a life-long relationship with you. Today you have moved to a better place. May your soul rest in peace.

As Kohli reported the passing of his favorite dog on social media, people started paying tribute to him. Shortly, ‘RIP Bruno’ also trended on Twitter. Fans started sharing old pictures of Kohli with Bruno, which you can guess how close Bruno was to Kohli.


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