Anushka Sharma hilariously warns Virat Kohli: The Indian captain received an alarming yet amusing comment from his wife.
With cricket not happening at any level in the wake of the novel COVID-19, most of the cricketers are taking to their respective social media handles to engage with fans in times when they don’t have much else to do.
Most recently, England pacers in Mark Wood and Liam Plunkett nailed the “Sexy Kitten Challenge” to entertain their fans and Australia batsman David Warner nominated India captain Virat Kohli to shave his head to show support for COVID-19 workers around the globe.
India limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma, who was recently seen in an Instagram live session with spinner Yuzvendra Chahal and former England captain Kevin Pietersen, interacted with India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah on the same platform yesterday.
It was Kohli who took to Instagram in a live session with Pietersen today. The pair was witnessed discussing as to why Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore haven’t won an IPL title despite playing the tournament since 2008.
Anushka Sharma hilariously warns Virat Kohli
Kohli, who is spending the ongoing lockdown with wife and renowned actress Anushka Sharma, was asked about spending time with her in these testing times. “We have never been at one place for so long. It’s bizarre,” Kohli was quoted as saying.
“It’s not a good thing to single out something like this as an opportunity to spend together. But it’s what it is. We are being cautious and staying positive. If not for this, I’d be hanging out with you at Chinnaswamy stadium [for IPL 2020],” Kohli said.
Meanwhile, in quarantine.. 💇🏻♂💁🏻♀ pic.twitter.com/XO0UJ7NmSU
— Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) March 28, 2020
The live session invited comments from India spinner Yuzvendra Chahal and wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant. Apart from the cricketers, Anushka Sharma commented on the video which appeared to be more like a hilarious warning for Kohli.
“Chalo chalo dinner time [It’s time for dinner],” read Sharma’s comment.
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