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“Missing Hubby Too Much Post” – Anushka Sharma Pens Heartfelt Note For Husband Virat Kohli

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Celebrated Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma recently shared a heartwarming note for husband Virat Kohli, who is currently in Mohali to prepare for the three-match T20I series against Australia.

Kohli, who had a great outing in the recently concluded Asia Cup 2022, spent some lovely time with his wife and daughter Vamika before resuming India duties again. The former Indian captain took time to travel to London where his wife Anushka Sharma is shooting for her film Chakda Xpress, based on the life of Jhulan Goswami.

Soon after Virat Kohli left for India, Anushka started missing her husband as soon as he left and posted a recent picture of the couple on her Instagram and wrote a lovely caption too. It read:

“The world seems brighter, exciting, more fun and overall just much much better in places as beautiful as these or even when cooped up in a hotel bio-bubble with this person #MissingHubby too much post.”

 

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Virat Kohli reacted to the post by posting two heart emojis and an infinity sign in between, as if saying their love is immortal and knows no boundary.


Virat Kohli arrives in Mohali for 1st T20I

Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) welcomed Virat Kohli to Mohali on Saturday, September 17, for the first T20I against Australia, which is slated for September 20. The PCA shared a short clip where Kohli was seen walking out of the airport.

Virat Kohli will hope to keep the momentum going against Australia and South Africa in the next two series before the T20 World Cup next month.

The right-handed batter has played 19 T20Is against Australia, scoring 718 runs at an average of 59.83 and a strike rate of 146.23, which is the second best for him against any opponent. The 33-year-old also has seven fifties against the Aussies.


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