'It is helping us love each other in all ways' - Anushka Sharma on self-isolation with Virat Kohli

‘It is helping us love each other in all ways’ – Anushka Sharma on self-isolation with Virat Kohli

On March 22, India is following the Janata Curfew initiative from PM Narendra Modi.

Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli
Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli. (Photo Source: Instagram)

It’s been over 27 months since Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma entered the wedlock. Both of them are celebrities in their respective fields and hence has to work by the clock more often than not. Even as Virat is the skipper of the Indian cricket team, Anushka is an established actress in the Bollywood industry. Hence, both of them get very limited time to spend with each other.

However, recently, the couple has been staying along with each other due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has been wreaking the world over the last few days. In order to evade the wrath of the COVID-19 virus, directives have been circulated by the Ministry of Health. It has been continuously iterated to use hand sanitizers, avoid mass gatherings and staying indoors for a while.

Anushka uploads a rib-tickling picture

Kohli and Anushka also released a video where they made the netizens aware of the importance of staying healthy in the critical situation. On March 22, 2020, the country also followed the Janata Curfew, an initiative from Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In the meantime, Kohli and Anushka are busy showering love on each other during the phase of self-isolating period.

The Indian heroine uploaded a video where both of them can be seen, making hilariously funny faces. The 31-year-old Anushka captioned the photo and wrote, “Self – isolation is helping us love each other in all ways & forms

Here is Anushka Sharma’s post

Amid the chaos of the coronavirus, the death toll in India has risen to six with Maharashtra reporting a couple. Patna has also reported a development of a demise. The number of cases in India have increased to 324. BS Yeddyurappa, the Karnataka Chief Minister, announced that the Karnataka State Borders will be shut. Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh also out forth something similar.

Virat’s cricketing assignments have already been halted. The 31-year-old was set to play India’s home series against South Africa. But the series was cancelled after the opening game in Dharamsala got abandoned. The Delhi-born is also set to captain the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the 2020 Indian Premier League. But the start of the IPL has been postponed from March 29 to April 15.