Most Twitter Followers: Virat Kohli becomes Indian athlete with most Twitter followers, to surpass ‘PMO India’ soon: Indian skipper Virat Kohli is no doubt the internet sensation. As per the recent Twitter followers, Kohli has touched the 43 million mark and is soon to overtake ‘PMO India’ which stands at 43.2 million. Kohli is the most followed Indian player and is way ahead of Sachin Tendulkar, who has 35.7 million followers.
With 43 million followers currently, Virat Kohli sits at the number 4 position on the ‘Most Twitter Followers’ list. Prime Minister Narendra Modi ranks number 1 with a followership of 70 million and reputed Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan is ranked second with 45.8 million followers.
Most Twitter followers (Indians)
- 70.0 million – Narendra Modi
- 45.8 million – Amitabh Bachchan
- 43.2 million – PMO India
- 42.9 million – Virat Kohli
- 42.5 million – Salman Khan
Most Twitter Followers: Virat Kohli number four in list of most followed players in the world
While Kohli is the most followed Indian athlete on Twitter, in terms of followership on the world level, he is still at number 4 in terms of athletes. Portugal’s footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, Brazilian footballer Neymar, and American basketball player LeBron James are the three athletes ahead of Kohli on the world list.
Players and their number of Twitter followers
- 93.1 million- Ronaldo
- 54.1 million- Neymar
- 49.9 million- LeBron
Among the 50 most-followed people on Twitter, only four of them are sports personalities. Indian skipper Virat Kohli is among them.
Virat Kohli currently in England for cricket commitments
Virat Kohli-led Indian side is currently in England for a 5-match Test series against the Three Lions. The two sides will lock horns in the first Test starting from August 4 in Nottingham.
|India’s tour of England, 2021-22|
|A||18th – 22nd June||WTC Final vs NZ||Southampton|
|1||4th – 8th August||1st Test vs England||Nottingham|
|2||12th – 16th August||2nd Test vs England||London (Lord’s)|
|3||25th – 29th August||3rd Test vs England||Leeds|
|4||2nd – 6th September||4th Test vs England||London (Oval)|
|5||10th – 14th September||5th Test vs England||Manchester|