Adorable video of Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma’s daughter Vamika trying to speak ‘mumma’ leaves internet talking
A fan page shared the video that Anushka had posted on her Instagram story.
Updated - Jan 2, 2022 5:45 pm
Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma are some of the most followed and celebrated couples. Their fans and followers are always raring to catch their glimpse. And when one of them posts certain pictures or videos on their social media platforms, it never fails to intrigue their fans.
Though the couple is always in the limelight, they have often tried to maintain a perfect balance when it comes to having some privacy. The two of them took the decision to keep their daughter Vamika out of the public eye and they have so far maintained it with utmost discipline. However, the duo keep posting pictures together that the onlookers are more often than not in awe of.
A recent video has been making rounds on the social media platforms wherein their daughter is heard trying to pronounce “Mumma.” It is a no-brainer that it caught the attention of the netizens and they are terming it to be one of the best videos of the year already.
A fan page shared the video that Anushka had posted on her Instagram story. “Favourite video of this year 💘 Vamika calling mmm…maa..maa..maaa.. maamma😋😍@anushkasharma thank you for sharing this💕 Nothing makes a mother more happy than this when her little one called her mummaa🤧💜,” the caption of the post read.
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Anushka Sharma and daughter Vamika have accompanied Kohli to South Africa wherein team India is staged to play three Test matches and as many ODIs. The hosts dominated the proceedings against the Proteas by securing a historic win at Centurion by 113 runs.
India dominated Day 1 of the Test whereas no play was possible on Day 2 as rain interrupted the match. KL Rahul displayed his prowess and hit an impressive century in India’s first innings as India managed to score 327 runs. The fast bowling unit then took the responsibility to take the charge of the game.
India’s pacer bundled up the Proteas at 197 runs as Mohammed Shami secured his five-wicket haul. Whereas in South Africa’s second innings they were wrapped up at 191 whilst chasing 305 runs.