Aliens Tattoo’s owner and founder Sunny Bhanushali inked Kohli’s new tattoo with him revealing the meaning of the new tattoo of Virat Kohli
According to Bhanushali, Kohli visited their tattoo shop a few years ago carrying pictures of their tattoo designs on his phone.
Tattoo artist Sunny Bhanushali reveals the meaning of Virat Kohli new tattoo ahead of IPL 2023
Before the Indian Premier League in 2023, Virat Kohli, a former captain of the Indian cricket team, added another tattoo to his collection. It is commonly known that Kohli enjoys getting tattoos, and he already has numerous on his body. The meaning of Kohli’s new body art, which is said to represent a certain component of Kohli’s personality, was recently clarified by the tattoo artist.
Aliens Tattoo’s owner and founder Sunny Bhanushali inked Kohli’s new tattoo. According to Bhanushali, Kohli visited their tattoo shop a few years ago carrying pictures of their tattoo designs on his phone. He told Bhanushali that for more than two years he had been keeping track of their progress.
“I couldn’t believe that this cricketing legend was a supporter of our work. Virat, despite his enormous celebrity, was exceedingly modest and down to earth. He was sincere in his appreciation for our work and didn’t have an air about him; he asked me to design his next tattoo,” he said.
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Design that embodies the connection notion
Due to hectic schedules, the project was unable to move on. Virat Kohli went to the tattoo artist with a specific request last month. He wanted a fresh tattoo that represented his spiritual beliefs to cover up his old one. Kohli tried to create a design that reflected the idea of the higher power, the beginning of creation, and the connectivity of all things. The new tattoo was meant to represent unity, the basis of existence, and the origin of all things.
“To me, it was obvious that he took great pride in having this tattoo done perfectly and that it meant a lot to him. I put all of my heart and effort into the design, painstakingly making each piece just right,” he added.
The tattoo shop was fully closed the day of the appointment, and “armed security guards” were stationed there to assure everyone’s safety. “Virat was totally engrossed in the procedure of having his tattoo as the hours passed. He was in awe of the fine dot work and how each component of the design came together,” said the website.
Virat had to split the tattooing procedure across two sessions due to his busy schedule. While the second, eight-hour session happened at the Bangalore studio, the first session, which lasted six hours, happened at the Mumbai studio. Virat reportedly did not protest or show any indications of weariness despite the long hours and physical agony that come with tattooing, according to Mr. Bhanushali.
“Virat glanced down at his new tattoo with a sensation of surprise and delight” after the treatment was finished. He understood that this tattoo would be a significant representation of his spiritual journey and his connection to something higher than himself, the tattoo artist said in his conclusion.