After Anushka Sharma uploaded a picture of herself on her Instagram account, her husband and India cricket team captain Virat Kohli could not hold back from commenting in awe. “Gorgeous,” he wrote, with a heart-eyed emoji and two heart emojis. “By now I know all the sunlight spots of every inch of my home,” Anushka Sharma captioned the picture. Despite the fact that they have been spending every day together in the last few months, due to the lockdown, Kohli did not let go of the opportunity to compliment Anushka.
Virat Kohli left an adorable comment on Anushka Sharma’s picture.
Kohli and Anushka often pop up on each other’s social media, whether in their interactions with others or their posts.
While Kohli’s “dinosaur walk” in a video shared by Anushka Sharma led to a meme-fest, the Bollywood actor is always on the receiving end of generous praise whenever Kohli appears on an Instagram live chat.
In his latest chat with his teammate Ravichandran Ashwin, Kohli complimented Anushka Sharma’s fearless approach to her work.
An ugly sideplot has emerged in the wake of India’s stunning loss to Australia, with fans unfairly criticising Virat Kohli’s wife Anushka Sharma for being a distraction.
Kohli will miss the remainder of the three-Test series to be with his wife in India for the birth of their first child.
But India’s spectacular battling collapse on day three of the first Test, in which none of the Indian batsmen scored in double figures, prompted Sharma’s name to trend on social media – which sparked backlash among media commentators.
Many Indian media outlets were quick to suggest any criticism of Sharma was unfair after one-eyed fans looks for excuses in the wake of the historic loss.
Indian outlet National Herald described fans seeking to blame Sharma as ‘sulking’.
“Sulking Indian fans once again started blaming Bollywood actor and Captain Kohli’s wife Anushka Sharma for the poor performance of Team India,” they wrote.
Recently, in an interview with BT, Anushka spoke about getting back to work post-pregnancy. She said, “I will be back to my shoots after I deliver my child, and will establish a system at home that ensures I can balance time between my child, home and professional life. I intend to keep working for as long as I live because acting truly makes me happy.”
Meanwhile, Virat, who is currently in Australia, will be heading back home soon before his little bundle of joy arrives.
On the work front, the actress has been wrapping up the shoot of her endorsements before her delivery. She was last seen in ‘Zero’. She is yet to announce her next project.