'Wonderfully accurate' - Virat Kohli shares fan art of him and wife Anushka Sharma
The couple has been uploading a lot of pictures on their social media handles, especially on their Instagram and Twitter.
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Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are one of the most famous celebrity couples in India. The two hardly get time to spend with each other as Kohli is one of the busiest cricketers while Sharma too stays a lot busy with her acting jobs. However, the lockdown has ensured the two can spend a lot of time with each other.
The couple has been uploading a lot of pictures on their social media handles, especially on their Instagram and Twitter. Recently, Kohli had shared that he was getting his hair trimmed by Anushka. On the other hand, Sharma too uploaded an adorable video in which she was seen chanting Kohli’s name like one of his fans would do.
Recently, a Kerala artist whose username of Instagram is “joyalart” uploaded a digitally made artwork of Virat and Anushka. The artist, who is quite popular by his digital artworks posted his work on Instagram. The artist claimed the total taken to create this masterpiece was around five hours.
Virat Kohli shares the artwork on his Instagram story
The artwork caught the attention of the Indian team captain Virat Kohli on Instagram. He liked it so much that he shared it as one of his Instagram stories. On the story, he wrote “wonderfully accurate art” and appreciated the efforts of the artist. The artist then made another artwork of the couple.
Virat and Anushka have been spreading awareness regarding social distancing via their social media accounts as well. Given the situation, the couple recently also shared another social awareness message. They uploaded a video which concerns the acts of domestic violence which have been occurring in the society due to the lockdown.
In that video, a lot of known faces were seen. The video was uploaded to spread the message that domestic violence should not be promoted at all. The video urged people to come out with their stories and tell someone if they are facing such treatment at home.
The video also had Kohli’s teammate, Rohit Sharma and India Women’s team captain, Mithali Raj. The caption on the video was, “If you have been a victim, witness or a survivor of the domestic violence, please report.”