Virat Kohli converts Kishore Kumar’s bungalow into a new ‘8-commune restaurant’; Show the fans around

Indian cricketer and owner of the restaurant-bar chain “One 8 Commune”, Virat Kohli has opened a chic new restaurant in Mumbai. On Wednesday, Virat Kohli took to social media and shared a preview of his new One 8 Commune edition. The talismanic drummer has converted legendary singer Kishore Kumar’s old “Gouri Kunj” bungalow into his new branch.

In a YouTube video, Kohli showed fans around her new restaurant, which promises good food for Juhu. The video also features Manish Paul as Virat shows him around and engages in conversations.

Watch the video here:

“It’s Kishore Da’s late bungalow. It actually fits our concept perfectly,” Kohli said in the video while talking to actor Manish Paul. Virat also said that he is a big fan of Kishore Kumar and also sang a verse of his song “Mere Mehboob Qayamat Hogi”.

“His songs really touched me a lot. A person asked me who I would have liked to meet, I would always have said Kishore Da because he was just charismatic”, can we hear the cricketer say in the video.

“I don’t get into anything if I can’t be involved. If I’m associated with something, I have to be involved. You invested your time and part of you. I wanted to do it. We focused on a lot of things, especially food,” he added.

Meanwhile, according to reports, Virat rented Kishore Da’s bungalow for 5 years. Virat already owns a chain of restaurants of the same name in Pune, Delhi and Kolkata. He also owns businesses ranging from clothing, fragrances and footwear under the “One8” brand, which is in association with sports giants Puma. He also invested in another brand named “Wrogn”.

Meanwhile, on a professional level, Kohli has finally roared with his incredible performance in the 2022 Asian Cup and Australia, South Africa series. Now, the batsman ace will now be seen in action at the T20 World Cup, which will be held in Australia from October 16. India will kick off their campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan on October 23 in Melbourne.

Joan D. Boling