Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli have been requesting media and paparazzi to refrain from clicking and posting photos of their daughter Vamika since she was born. The power couple wants to keep their one-year-old daughter Vamika away from the social media glare and has been urging paps to respect their girl’s privacy. However, recently one publication shared photos of Vamika on social media after the family returned from their vacation. Anushka lashed out at the publication saying learn something from other media houses and paparazzi.
The leading daily posted a few photos of Anushka’s little daughter on their Instagram handle and also tagged Vamika and her parents. Reacting to it, the PK actress slammed the media house and wrote, “Seems like times group knows what's better for kids than their parents themselves as they can't stop clicking and posting photos despite being requested repeatedly. Learn something from other media houses and paparazzi.” ALSO READ: Revealed! FIRST FULL VIDEO, Showing Face Of Anushka Sharma-Virat Kohli’s Daughter Vamika Goes Viral; Fans Call The Little Girl 'Mini Virat’
Post receiving the backlash, the publication deleted the post. Not to forget, earlier this year, during Virat's cricket match against South Africa in Cape Town, pictures revealing Vamika's full face went viral on the internet. Following this, Anushka and Virat issued a statement where they stated they were caught off guard and didn't know that the camera was on them. The couple requested media and photographers to not post Vamika's images. An excerpt from their statement read, “We want to inform everyone that we were caught off guard and didn't know that the camera was on us. Our stance and request on the matter stays the same. We would really appreciate if Vamika's images are not clicked/published for reasons we have explained earlier.”
Anushka and Virat welcomed their first child, baby girl Vamika on 11 January 2021. Meanwhile, the actress is making her comeback to acting with the upcoming sports film ‘Chakda Xpress' which is based on the life of Indian cricketer Jhulan Goswami.
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