Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are one of the most admired couples of the country. While ‘Tinsel Town Diva’ Anushka Sharma is currently busy promoting her upcoming movie Sui Dhaaga, her husband Virat Kohli and his team are riding big stacks to victory in the ongoing Test at Trent Bridge against England.
Anushka Sharma took out some time from her hectic promotions to watch India’s third Test at Trent Bridge where Virat Kohli scored a century and he blew a kiss to his wife who was standing at the stands.
While some are still busy gushing over Virat’s gesture, others are busy in showing their creativity by making some funny-bone tickling memes which feature her signature poses in the movie with her husband Virat Kohli.
These memes use a still from the trailer of the movie ‘Sui Dhaaga’ where a distressed, saree-clas Anushka is sitting on the floor.
They went viral after Virat Kohli smashed his 58th century in the third Test.
Here are some of the memes:
Indian captain Virat Kohli scored 97 runs and 103 runs in two innings respectively. He smashed the second century of the England tour at Trent Bridge as India posted a mammoth total of 521 for the hosts to chase.
The news related to Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli’s PDA keeps hogging headlines for one or the other reason and this time Twitterati used their creativity to make some entertaining memes.
Talking about the game, a gritty knock by Virat Kohli in both the innings, Hardik Pandya and Bumrah’s fifers have put India in a dominating position and now the visitors are just a wicket away from the win in Nottingham.
England put up a strong fight on Day 4 after losing four wickets as Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes stitched a 164-runs partnership for the fifth wicket.
Just when the game was seeming to hang in balance, Jasprit Bumrah came to strike and he struck gold in his first over. He first dismissed Buttler, then sent Jonny Bairstow packing in the very next ball. He then continued to cruise the batting order of England by sending Chris Woakes, Stuart Broad. He had also taken the wicket of Joe Root in the 24th over.