Indian skipper Virat Kohli is currently the best cricketer in the world. He is also one of the fittest cricketers today. He is the one who sets an example not just for his teammates but for his millions of followers out there.
A few years ago, Virat Kohli looked nothing like what he looks now. Just like every typical Delhi boy, Virat was hogging on his Butter Chicken, Chole Bhature, Mutton Korma, and Kathi Rolls. But today he has redefined fitness and one can’t really mention all these dishes and Virat Kohli in the same sentence.
There’s no denying the fact the with determination and passion, Virat Kohli has gone leaps and bounds on the cricket field. His dedication towards his fitness follows the same lead as well. Virat not just gave up on greasy food but became vegan.
The most surprising thing about his diet plans is that it wasn’t just limited to food as Kohli went a step ahead as he also changed the water he consumes. Yes, you read that right.
King Kohli wants everything the best, therefore the water he consumes imports his supply of water and it comes with a price tag that we just can’t imagine. Virat Kohli carries a sufficient batch of Evian water bottles with him wherever he goes.
Be it his captaincy, his fitness routine or his life, Virat is strict and precise about every single aspect of his life. And this is the reason behind his choice of water as well. Virat Kohli only drinks Evian Natural Spring Water, which is 100% natural water.
Evian Natural Spring water is known to be not contaminated with any chemicals. It is obtained from several sources near Évian-Les-Bains, France, the place which is also known as the home town of Évian Mineral Water.
Evian Natural Spring water is a popular water brand amongst the sportspersons around the world. Besides being richer in minerals as compared to other brands, Evian water is also known for improving the quality of the skin and keeping depression in check.
The Price: Well, get ready for the shock as the price tag of the water will burn a hole in your pockets.
Well, a single bottle of this water costs around Rs. 600/-, keeping the import duties aside. Being a sportsperson, it would be safer to assume that King Kohli might be drinking 2 liters of water per day, so if we calculate the amount Virat is spending on his annual water supply, then it is a whopping Rs 4,38,000 (approximately)