Team India captain Virat Kohli posted a video on his social media accounts and asked his followers to caption it. Among the thousands of replies, YouTuber Bhuvan Bam’s reply was probably the most apt and funniest at the same time.

In the video, presumably from an ad shoot, Kohli can be seen running from standstill while his frames are freezed in front of him. He seamlessly joins each frame as he runs forward thanks to some great camera and editing work.

Kohli, who is one of the most-followed Indian on Instagram, asked everybody to caption it.

Bhuvan Bam, who is a famous YouTuber and comedian, replied: “Corona capturing everyone who’re roaming outside without masks.”

India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh meanwhile, complimented the edit job on the video: “Nice Edit.”

Bollywood actor Kunal Khemu also came up with a caption of his own: “Feeling low? Pick yourself up and RUN.”

Kohli was recently ranked 6th on the list of highest-earning athletes through sponsored Instagram posts during the lockdown.

Kohli was 6th on the list, the figures for which were collected by ‘Attain’ during the period between March 12 and May 14, when the world literally shut down to stem the growth of the coronavirus outbreak.

According to the list, Kohli earned a total of 379,294 pounds through his sponsored posts, raking up 126,431 pounds per post.

Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo tops the list with an estimated earning of 1.8 million pounds while Argentina and FC Barcelona star Lionel Messi and PSG’s Neymar were 2nd and 3rd, respectively, with earnings of 1.2 million and 1.1 million respectively.

Basketball great Shaquille O’Neal and (583,628 pounds) former England football captain David Beckham (405,359 pounds) wrap up the top five.

Swedish footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic (184,413 pounds), former-NBA star Dwayne Wade (143,146), Brazillian footballer Dani Alves (133,694) and boxer Anthony Joshua (121,500) complete the top-10 list of highest-earning athletes during the lockdown period worldwide.

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