Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma back home after World Cup 2019


Married couple Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma returned home after World Cup 2019. The couple was spotted at Mumbai airport last night and they twinned in black. The ‘Pari’ actress donned a black long frock paired with a black glass while her cricketer husband looked dapper in a black tee and grey track. Both wore white sneakers. Virat has his protective hand around his wifey.

The Indian cricket team lost to New Zealand at the semi final of world cup 2019 and left heartbroken as they could not make to the final. After spending a month long in England, Anushka and Virat returned home. The actress has been with her husband throughout the entire cricketing season.

Anushka Sharma married Virat Kohli at the peak of her career at the age of 29 only.

When asked about actors tying the knot at a young age, Anushka said the audience doesn’t really care about their marital status in real life. “Our audience is way more evolved than our industry is. Audiences are just interested in seeing actors on screen. They don’t care about your personal lives, whether you’re married or whether you’re a mother. We need to get out of this headspace. I got married at 29, supposedly young for an actress. But I did it because I was in love. (Smiles) And I am in love. Marriage was a natural progression,” she said. Anushka added that while a man never worries about his career when getting married, why should a woman?

She talked about Virat’s qualities and what attracts her more about him. “His honesty is something I deeply value. I’m an honest person and have suffered on account of that. He’s brutally honest too. I’m so happy that I met someone like him because we both lead our lives with complete honesty. It’s so transparent and clean. I have a life partner with whom nothing is pretentious. Everything is real. Also, the fact that we both support each other. He’s someone, who’s constantly trying to get better professionally and as an individual. I’m also like that. We don’t take ourselves so seriously. We’re similar as people. That’s why we get along,” she said.