While going live, Kohli is expected to talk about his upcoming stint with county club Surrey. The right-handed batsman can also clear the confusion which was caused on Tuesday after BCCI announced Team India's squad for Ireland and England tour and named Kohli as the skipper of the team even when he will be unavailable and busy playing for Surrey.
India are set to play two T20's against Ireland in Dublin's Malahide on June 27 and 29 while Kohli is scheduled to play his last county match for Surrey against Yorkshire at Scarborough from June 25 to 28.
However, despite the county matches schedule being announced much in advance before the team selection, it was surprising to find Kohli's name for the two-match series against Ireland and it raised doubts on BCCI's selection process.
The Delhi batsman might also be seen discussing Royal Challengers Bangalore performance in the ongoing season of Indian Premier League and what went wrong for his team as they are currently second from the bottom on points table.
Kohli can also talk about a recently held sports related survey in India which, according to his tweet, 'disturbed' the 29-year-old.
Meanwhile, it is believed that Kohli will also discuss the national issues, which might include the problem of increasing rape cases in the nation.