Someone has told the truth, that a woman, after her marriage, becomes her husband’s half-heartedness, and, whether it is sadness, happiness, supports him in all kinds of times. And these days Anushka Sharma is seen adopting this thing completely for her husband.
As a matter of fact, the lockdown has been done in the entire country keeping in mind the outbreak of the Coronavirus, which has also affected cricket. Recently IPL has also been postponed for an instant, due to this cricketer Virat Kohli is craving to hear the applause of his fans from the stadium these days. But Anushka Sharma is making sure that she maintains the morale of her husband Virat Kohli even after being away from the cricket field.
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On Friday, Anushka shared an amusing high sounding video of how she brought the cricket fever to Virat. The video shows Anushka yelling like an over-enthusiastic fan from the bleachers, asking Virat to make his game better. “Kohli! Ae Kohli Kohli! Chauka Marna chauka! Kya Karra hai?” she says and then turned the camera to show Kohli’s reaction. “I thought he must be missing being on the field. Along with the love he gets from millions of fans, he must be especially missing this one particular type of fan too. So I gave him the experience,” she captioned the post. The video left their fans ROFL. On her husband’s motivating video many of the celebrities make their comments. Kartik Aryan said “I am that fan”, Arjun typed “Demand should have been for a 6 at least minimum boss…”
Also a week ago, amid this lockdown, this Sultan actress was seen spending soothing and quality time with her family by playing Monopoly. Also there, she wrote a lesson giving the message to her fans. Here’s what she wrote “It’s from our primary caregivers – a family that we learn how to tread the journey of life, how to walk, how to eat, how to socialize & then face the world. This forms the initial conditioning that has a lasting impact on us. In the world we inhabit today, there is a lot of uncertainty and I’m sure a lot of you have found that solace & sense of familiarity with your families.
Stay at home to take care of everyone precious in your lives. And also make the most of these moments … smile, laugh, share, show affection, clear misunderstandings, develop stronger/healthier bonds, discuss life and dreams and pray for a better tomorrow. We all have been moved deeply, we all have been affected deeply and hopefully, we will carry forward these lessons in the days to come. And hopefully, we have all conditioned ourselves to relook at the world we inhabited before all of this happened…
P.S.: It was a super close game of Monopoly and the competitive side of everyone was out there. Any guesses who won??”