New Delhi: The debate over the privacy of the celebrities broke when a fan invaded the room of former Indian cricketer Virat Kohli. The fan made a video of Kohli’s room in his absence and posted on social media.
The video was shared by enormous people on social media and it went viral. Some fans were elated to see the hotel of Kohli while others expresses disappointment on invading privacy.
Virat Kohli furious with fans invading his privacy
Furious with the incident, Virat Kohli shared his disappointment and said it doesn’t like this type of fanaticism.
“I understand that fans get very happy and excited seeing their favorite players and get excited to meet them and I’ve always appreciated that. But this video here is appalling and it’s made me feel very paranoid about my privacy. If I cannot have privacy in my own hotel room, then where can I really expect any personal space at all?? I’m NOT okay with this kind of fanaticism and absolute invasion of privacy. Please respect people’s privacy and not treat them as a commodity for entertainment,” said Kohli in a long Instagram post.
Vikas Kohli expresses disappointment
Virat’s brother Vikas Kohli also made his disappointment known on Instagram when he commented on his brother’s post, tagging Crown Plaza-the hotel where the Indian team was staying in Perth.
Meanwhile, his brother lashed out at the hotel saying someone must take accountability for the breach in privacy. “This is really very unprofessional whom so ever did it, I’m assuming it must be the hotel staff only, else if it’s some other fans it’s a total disaster for the hotel management… WHERE IS THE SECURITY AND PRIVACY OF THE GUEST… this is very alarming,” he commented on Kohli’s post.
The Indian team was in Perth where they were up against South Africa on Sunday. The Western Australian city has hosted several T20 World Cup games, but with India in town, fans across the world flew in to watch them take on South Africa. Earlier there was confusion if it was a hotel staffer or a fan who broke into Kohli’s room, but sources are now saying that it was a hotel staff from Crown Plaza who broke in and recorded the video.