Power couple Virushka come together for Ad shooting once again
Virsuhka is back on the screen for a television commercial and the fans are eager to see how they pull off yet another hit together.
Updated - Nov 15, 2018 4:34 pm
Indian captain Virat Kohli is known for his special partnership, the one he shares off the field with actor wife Anushka Sharma, and the Virushka pair is considered one of the biggest power couples of these times. The duo has been successful in their respective fields but when they pair up on screen, they complement each other perfectly well.
Virsuhka is back on the screen for a television commercial and the fans are eager to see how they pull off yet another hit together. The previous time they came together, their performance won a million hearts and it is time for another punching performance. The duet of cricket and Bollywood has always delivered in India and the Virushka couple has taken it a notch up further.
Kohli, who has his own fashion line said he had no competition with his wife at home whatsoever since the latter is already an established name in the glamour world and has her own clothing line, is seen at ease whenever he appears before the camera for commercials or promotions. It clearly puts the message across that he is also eager to match his celebrity wife when it comes to putting a script to life.
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Kohli set for Australia tour; Anushka for new film ‘Zero’
Professionally, both Kohli and Anushka are busy individuals. While Kohli is preparing for captaining in India for a long tour of Australia – one of the toughest in the international circuit – starting November 21 with the first of the three T20Is, Anushka is seen engaged with the promotion of her next film ‘Zero’ which also features Shah Rukh Khan, her co-actor on debut. Both the stars complete a decade in their respective fields this year. The duo got married in a private but grand ceremony in Italy last year.
Kohli has had a phenomenal run with the bat this year and completed 10,000 runs in ODI cricket as the fastest batsman. He had highly successful tours of South Africa and England as a batsman though India failed to rise to the occasions as a team, losing Test series in both countries.