Virat Kohli playfully reveals the ‘Mr’ and ‘Mrs’ between him and Anushka Sharma
Virat is currently busy playing the World Cup.
Updated - Jan 27, 2020 5:55 pm
Indian men’s captain Virat Kohli and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma form one of the power-couples in the entertainment world. The lovebirds have been a relationship for quite a few years now. Back in December 2017, they decided to tie the knots at the destination wedding in Italy after keeping everyone guessing. Thereafter, they threw reception parties in Mumbai and Delhi where a number of personalities graced their presence.
The couple also enjoyed their honeymoon in Finland and posted a few adorable pictures from there. The duo hasn’t looked back ever since and their relationship has flourished, passing the test of times. They have given couple goals to a number of people and their bonding has strengthened with time. Even on social media, Virat and Anushka keep showering love on each other, uploading pictures from around the globe in the number of instances.
Recently, Virat took time out to show his admiration for his better-half. The 30-year-old Virat from Delhi uploaded a picture along with Anushka where both were standing, striking a pose beside a photo-frame. Virat captioned the picture and wrote, “Mr and Mrs”
Here is Virat’s tweet
Mr and Mrs 💑❤ pic.twitter.com/GREgKXTcS2
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) July 3, 2019
Anushka also posted a photo where they can be seen in a moment of love. She captioned the picture and wrote, “Seal the silly moments.”
Here is Anushka’s post
Seal the silly moments ❣️ pic.twitter.com/9fkX54OsIa
— Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) July 3, 2019
Virat’s incredible World Cup campaign
A lot was expected off Virat Kohli ahead of the ongoing World Cup in England and Wales. the right-hander got out cheaply in India’s opening match versus South Africa at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. However, he has batted exceptionally ever since, scoring 408 runs in seven matches at an average of 58.28. He has notched those runs at a strike rate of around 96 with a top score of 82 against Australia at the Kennington Oval in London.
Moreover, the run-machine racked up five consecutive half-centuries, though he couldn’t convert any of them into a substantial knock. The right-hander failed in the previous game against Bangladesh at the Edgbaston in Birmingham where he scored 26 runs but is expected to gain his touch back before the semi-finals.
India became the second team after Australia to qualify for the semis after their victory versus the Tigers. Placed second in the points table, winning six out of their eight matches, the Men in Blue are left with only one league match against Sri Lanka on July 6 at the Headingley in Leeds.