To practice what he preaches, Virat Kohli drops Pepsi, fairness products – The Indian Express

September 16, 2017
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The Indian Express
Keen to be seen as a socially responsible youth icon, Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has stopped endorsing soft drink maker Pepsi and fairness products because of their association with junk food and racism. 0. Shares. Share. By: PTI | New Delhi …
Nothing official about it: Virat Kohli says no to PepsiEconomic Times
Virat Kohli’s decision to stop endorsing Pepsi shows he’s invested in role of leader in societyFirstpost
Virat Kohli turns down multi-crore sponsorship deal. Here’s whyHindustan Times
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