New Delhi: If there is one thing that stands out about Virat Kohli it is his confidence in his abilities. Confidence that allows him to be aggressive and unabashed about his emotions on the field. In an exclusive interview with NDTV, Indian cricket's man of the moment admitted that many people in the past had criticised his off field behaviour but he refused to change as he had belief in himself.
"You need to have some sort of self belief to go forward. Lot of people criticised the way I used to be off the field. I did make a few mistakes. But I don't think I have changed my personality at all. I'm still the same person at heart," said Kohli at a function where he was unveiled as the new ambassador for ICC's initiative with a not for profit organisation called 'Room to read' which promotes literacy and gender equality.
"I haven't changed my self at all and I really feel good about it glad," he added.