One of the cutest couples on the block is Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma. These two never fail to set couple goals and are known for making their admirers happy and pleased with their photos. The couple, who don’t do a lot of social media PDA, were photographed together at the Mumbai airport today and looked gorgeous. Both Virat and Anushka grinned for the cameras, and the Indian batsman pulled his wife close as they stood for the photographers in their casual attire, looking lovely. Virat graciously denied a photo request from a cameraperson, saying, “Late ho raha hai, next time.”
Anushka opted for a bright green baggy t-shirt with several brown-coloured smileys and paired it with blue denim shorts. She wore her hair in a high ponytail and accessorised her look with a pair of mall hooped earrings. She completed the ensemble with white sports shoes. In one hand, she held a multicoloured Christian Dior bag. Virat Kohli, on the other hand, was dressed in a baby pink tee that he matched with white slacks. As both the stars posed and smiled for the paparazzi, he brought Anushka close to him.
Anushka Sharma is ready to return to the big screen with Chakda Xpress, her first film after Zero (2018). Jhulan Goswami, a former Indian captain, is the inspiration for the film. The actor shared snippets from the table read session with the full cast on Saturday.
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Anushka can be seen talking with other cast members, including Renuka Shahane, and the crew in the video she published on her social media accounts, as they all have a nice time together. “Will endeavour to bring my all to the table #TableRead #ChakdaXpress #FilmPrep,” Anushka wrote with the video.
Anushka began filming for Chakda Xpress on May 30, according to sources. “Anushka Sharma’s highly anticipated upcoming Chakda Xpress has gone on floors from May 30,” the source informed. The film will be shot in both India and the United Kingdom. The actor will fly to the United Kingdom to shoot a 30-day schedule for the cricket film, indicating Chakda Xpress’s large budget.”