Mallya, who is the former owner of Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise RCB, is an avid fan of Kohli and is known to maintain a good relationship with the cricketer.
Talking to ANI, former Kingfisher Airlines employee Anirudh Balal said Mallya should also honour the Indian judiciary like he honours and enjoys watching Indian matches.
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Speaking to Cricketnext, a source present at the event confirmed the same. He scored 81 runs off 68 deliveries as India defeated arch-rival Pakistan in their first match on Sunday.
"Look, Virat or his foundation never invited Mallya at the function. Similarly, someone who bought a table must have invited him", a top BCCI source present at the function told a news agency today. Mallya's presence is one of the reason that team left early. On April 18, Mallya had been arrested by the Scotland Yard in London and produced before the Westminster Magistrates' Court where he was granted conditional bail pending deposit of £650,000 prior to his release from custody.
"His presence creates a very uncomfortable situation for the cricketers", said a source. But no way, the man has to high profile himself and embarrass the team players who now have to spend the rest of a special evening ducking him and, in the avoidance, ruining their fun.