At 22, Virat Kohli may have been the youngest member of the Indian World Cup squad, but there was no doubting his confidence when he hammered an unbeaten century off just 83 balls to set up his team's victory during his World Cup debut against Бангладеш in Dhaka. No wonder, the image-conscious cricketer with spiked hairstyle and flashy ear-studs has bagged almost a dozen brand endorsements already from the likes of Hindustan Unilever, Pepsi and TVS among others. All these in two years of national level experience. Virat also ranks 8th in the Reliance ICC Player Rankings for ODI batsman ahead of Indian skipper MS Dhoni and master blaster Sachin Tendulkar. In his interview with ET's Sagar Malviya he talks about living with fame and money after winning the coveted trophy and says these can never overshadow cricket.