‘Sunset Bliss’: AB de Villiers Turns Photographer As Virat Kohli Shares Romantic Moment With Wife Anushka Sharma From A Picturesque Location

Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is currently in the UAE for IPL 2020 and is also accompanied by wife Anushka Sharma in the UAE. Although Anushka is often seen during the match cheering her husband, but this time a very romantic picture of her and Kohli has appeared as the duo headed to the beach to enjoy a day off, following a hectic week in the ongoing IPL. A picture of Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma is becoming very viral on social media.

ALSO READ | IPL 2020 Records: SRH Skipper David Warner Scripts History, Becomes First Foreign Player To Score 5000 Runs In IPL

In this picture, Kohli and Anushka are seen in the pool. A very beautiful building is seen behind them in the background. The romantic picture of the adorable couple has been clicked by RCB’s legendary batsman AB de Villiers. Virat Kohli himself took to social media to share this picture on his Instagram. While sharing the picture, Kohli revealed that this picture has been clicked by one of his best friends AB de Villiers.

Actress Anushka Sharma and her husband and Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli are all set to welcome a new member in their family. The celebrity couple gave the good news to their fans that they are soon going to become proud parents of a baby in January next year.

ALSO READ | IPL 2020: Big Relief For KKR As Sunil Narine Taken Off Suspected Action Warning List

On Saturday, AB de Villiers played a stormy innings (unbeaten 22-ball 55) that included six sixes at the Dubai International Stadium for Royal Challengers Bangalore against the Rajasthan Royals to help them win the match by seven wickets in a thrilling match.

This was Bangalore’s sixth win in nine matches and they are now at third spot in the IPL 2020 points table with 12 points, while Rajasthan have suffered their sixth defeat in six matches.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: