Anushka Sharma dedicates a romantic message to her husband Virat Kohli; Sania Mirza reacts & nbsp | & nbsp Photo Credit: & nbspInstagram
Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma expressed her love for her husband Virat Kohli by sharing on Saturday a couple of invisible photos with a romantic title. Anushka, married to Indian cricket team captain Virat, shared three photos while capturing the love of her life from her room. While the quarantine guidelines keep the power couple separated momentarily, Virat and Anushka continue to expose the couple’s main goals on social media with the loving post on social media.
On Saturday, Virat’s wife and actress, Anushka, dedicated a romantic post to her husband. “I couldn’t choose between these two subtitles: quarantine makes the heart more amateurish and more loving at the time of the #OhBell bubble life, you understand!” Anushka stressed in her message on the platform to share photos and videos. Anushka’s message soon became the city’s theme on the Internet.
From Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh to tennis superstar Sania Mirza, a host of celebrities have left remarkable comments on the romantic post shared by Anushka. Indian spinner and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Yuzvendra Chahal also reacted to the post shared by the Bollywood actress. Anushka and Virat are two of the most followed celebrities in India.
Following the completion of the RCB playoffs in his final season as captain of the franchise, Kohli, Anushka’s husband, will lead the Indian team in the next edition of the ICC World T20, organized by the United Arab Emirates ( UAE) and Oman. Kohli, who is the captain of all India formats, will leave the T20I captaincy at the end of the World Cup. The Indian skipper had previously revealed that the 2021 World Cup will be the last for India as captain in the shortest format of the game.
One of the most decorated players in the history of the gentlemen’s game, Kohli has played 89 games with India in the shortest format. The batting icon has amassed 3159 runs for India with an incredible average of 52.65. The India team, led by Kohli, will play their ICC World T20 campaign opener against their rivals Pakistan next Sunday in Dubai.