During the first of three Test matches between India and South Africa, Indian social media went into a frenzy when Pintu Behra made his way into the Indian dressing room. What makes Behera's support for Virat Kohli unique is the fact that he has as many as 16 different tattoos on his body, all dedicated to the Indian captain. Behera, a small-scale contractor in Berhampur, Odisha, waited for five years to meet Kohli, and his dream finally came true ahead of the first Test of the three-match series against South Africa in Vizag.
The 31-year-old Behera booked a train ticket and was soon was on his way to Vizag. A contractor by profession, Behera, reached the port city a day before the match and his long awaited dream of meeting Kohli came true.
Behra’s first tattoo was Virat's name and his jersey number - 18 on his back. The 31-year-old sat for as many as 14 hours to get those tattoos inked. Apart from Virat's name and jersey number, Behera’s body also has tattoos of Kohli’s face, the BCCI logo and Virat's Test cap number - 269
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