Born on November 5, 1988, Virat Kohli has symbolized the post-Sachin Tendulkar era of Indian cricket. Often brash and aggressive with his behaviour, the cricket bat is his weapon of choice to silence the critics. He was drafted into the national side soon after helping India win the Under-19 World Cup. It look little time for him to get used to the rigours of international cricket and become one of the most consistent run-makers. Test, One-Day Internationals or Tests, Kohli is equally adept to all formats and all kind of bowling attacks.The tour to England, where he became a bunny to James Anderson, much like Sachin Tendulkar, has been the only blip in his otherwise excellent career. Kohli has already broken records and promises to break many more. His good looks, aggressive body language, tattoos and game play have all made him one of the best marketable figures of modern India.