Anushka Sharma Asking "What Is The Signal For Four Runs?" At India Vs Sri Lanka World Cup Match Has Twitterati Cracking Up

In a video that recently emerged on the Internet, Anushka Sharma can be seen asking someone the sign for four runs in cricket, and the hilarious video has gone viral

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Anushka Sharma Asking "What Is The Signal For Four Runs?" At India Vs Sri Lanka World Cup Match Has Twitterati Cracking Up
Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma has officially joined her husband Virat Kohli in England, and was spotted cheering for her hubby in the stands during the India vs Sri Lanka World Cup 2019 match.  Anushka’s fans were thrilled to see her in the sidelines, supporting and cheering her husband as India won the match on Saturday.  However, in a recent video that emerged on the Internet, Anushka asked someone a sign of four, and it has us cracking up.

In a video doing the rounds of the Internet, Anushka Sharma can be seen asking someone the sign of ‘four’ in cricket. She asked, "Yeh four ka signal kya hota hai?!" Okay, now that’s facepalm-worthy! Soon after the video went viral, Twitterati had hysterical responses to the video and some took hilarious digs at her for not knowing this specific detail. The reaction was mostly because Anushka, despite being the wife of  Indian Cricket team captain Virat Kohli, had no idea what the gesture for a four was! Check out the video and the reaction of Twitterati here:








Well, trollers keep trolling! While it was surely hilarious, we also thought it was cute.  Earlier, the couple were swarmed by their fans and they obliged by posing for photographs and also igned autographs for fans. On the work front, Anushka Sharma was last seen in Aanand L Rai’s Zero along with Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif. She is yet to announce her next project.


Image Source: Instagram/anushkasharma/Twitter/naveensurana06
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