Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli and his better half – actress Anushka Sharma often set couple goals for many. From the pics of their romantic getaways to their social media PDAs, the couple has been the IT couple of the tinsel town ever since they tied the knot. However, the Indian cricketer expressed of being left with minimum time or rather no time to spend with his wifey due to his work commitments. In his recent conversation with a news agency, expressed how the duo enjoys going on long rides whenever time allows.
In conversation with IANS, Virat expressed how though not a specific route, but he likes to go on long drives on highways as they are unending and just keep going. That’s what Virat indulges in whenever he is in the city and wants to spend time with his wife. Cherry on the cake for such drives according to Virat is a perfect weather, good music under the stars. How romantic and dreamy it is! Guys hope you are taking clues from this genius couple as we are sure they won’t fall short of such romantic gestures throughout their lives. ALSO READ: BCCI Asks Fans To Caption Virat Kohli’s Funny On-Field Expression; Twitterati’s Response With Anushka Sharma References Will Make You ROFL
Virat said, “You don't really think about where you want to go when you go on a long drive. You just get into the car, find a long stretch which is never ending and just keep going.”
Due to Virat’s hectic work schedule, Anushka often accompanies him to his cricket tournaments to spend some quality time. After Zero, the actress has been on a vacation for almost year now and making most of it.
Anushka in the recent past gave a glimpse of her Karwa Chauth celebration on her Instagram handle. Currently the actress’ name is surfacing the internet for being roped in for the remake of Satte Pe Satta.
Image Source: Instagram/ anushkasharma
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