The Amount That Virat Kohli Spends On 1 Litre Of Water Will Blow Your Mind

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3:30 pm 26 Apr, 2018


Former India skipper, Virat Kohli, is known for his strict fitness routine. He never misses his diet and exercising schedule no matter even if he is traveling.


Widely recognized as one of the fittest cricketers, he is not only praised for his physique nationally but also internationally. Finally, we have decoded the secret of Kohli’s fitness. There is an ingredient that keeps Kohli fit and energetic enough to give an ace performance on the field.

As per a report, Kohli only consumes water packed by Evian.

The water bottle is imported from France and costs about Rs. 600 per liter. Kohli fans know that he was a hardcore foodie and butter chicken, kathi rolls and mutton rolls used to be his favorite dishes.


But, he has sacrificed a lot to achieve his body goals. Speaking to the media, Kohli’s childhood coach, Rajkumar Sharma revealed,

Kohli once told me, if I don’t set the benchmark as captain, who else will? Even as the world looks on in wonder, I know the boy behind the man. He used to gorge on butter chicken, rolls and all sorts of fast food. But today, it finds no place in his diet.

He further added,


In fact, he is so particular about his diet, that even when he comes over to my place, he won’t have packaged juices. You either give him fresh fruit juice or you don’t. Carbs are a strict no-no and there are no binge days in his routine anymore.


Well, not just food, Virat is strict about the water he consumes, the Evian water is not available everywhere across the nation, so Virat carries it with him all the time. One liter of Evian water cost Rs. 600.


Evian is used by many top sportspersons and celebrities around the world. This brand of water is known for reducing weight, controlling depression and it also improves the quality of the skin. The range of this brand of water varies from Rs 600 per litre to Rs 36,000 per liter.

So, we can easily say that this bottle’s cost is equal to the cost of an iPhone! WTF?