India captain Virat Kohli on Monday hosted a charity ball in London for the Justice and Care organisation.The charity event was attended by former India captain Sachin Tendulkar and Kohli’s teammates Yuvraj Singh, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan along with other members of the Indian team and it was hosted by renowned cricket presenter Alan Wilkins.Dhawan was accompanied to the event by his wife, Ayesha Mukherjee and son Zoravar, while Rohit’s wife Ritika Sajdeh was also in attendance.Kohli is known for his charity work and also runs the Virat Kohli Foundation for the underprivileged kids and regularly conducts events to raise funds for the charityVirat Kohli Charity Ball – Live from London.If you would like to support, Please donate – https://t.co/iK5PZShlHM https://t.co/GcSEvHm1nm- Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) June 5, 2017The Justice and Care organisation raises funds for the fight against human trafficking. Donations help in providing legal advice, counselling, medical care, education and rescue and rehabilitation.The charity event is part of Kohli’s dream to strive for those on the margins of society”I am proud to support the work of Justice and Care. Its commitment to bring an end to slavery is vital and inspirational and so close to my heart,” Kohli was quoted on the Justice and Care charity event page.advertisementThe Indian cricket team is in the United Kingdom for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 tournament. India, who are the defending champions, beat arch-rivals Pakistan in their first match at Edgbaston by 124 runs (D/L) in a rain-curtailed game.Riding on half-centuries from Rohit Sharma (91), Shikhar Dhawan (68), Virat Kohli (81*) and Yuvraj Singh (53), India posted a huge total of 319/3 from their quota of 48 overs in a rain curtailed match.With the target being revised to 289 from 41 overs, the Indian bowlers then stepped up and bundled out Pakistan for 164 from 33.4 overs with Umesh Yadav (3/30) being the pick of the bowlers. Ravindra Jadeja (2/43) and Hardik Pandya (2/43) supported him ably.India will play their next match against Sri Lanka at The Oval in London on June 8.