Virat Kohli And Anushka Sharma Sit Hand-In-Hand As Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium Gets Renamed As Arun Jaitley Stadium

Virat Kolhi and Anushka Sharma who recently came back to India post the cricketer's West Indies series took off to Delhi to attend an event. They even met Home Minister Amit Shah there as Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium got renamed as Arun Jaitley stadium.

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Virat Kohli And Anushka Sharma Sit Hand-In-Hand As Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium Gets Renamed As Arun Jaitley Stadium
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are currently in Delhi to attend the event at Feroz Shah Kotla. They are there at the stadium as it is getting renamed after the former finance minister, late Arun Jaitley. While the stadium is getting renamed, one of the stands is being named after Virat Kohli. Pictures of Virat and Anushka from the event are all over social media. We can see Virushka seated hand-in-hand as they enjoy the event at the stadium. 

Anushka Sharma can be seen in traditional attire in royal blue. She has her hair tied in a bun and is sporting huge danglers. Virat on the other side is wearing the formal attire of team India in blue pants, white shirt and grey vest coat. They are accompanied by Virat Kohli's family members. In the background, we can see Hardik Pandya, KL Rahul and other members of team India. We like how Virat and Anushka are supportive of each other.


Apart from this, Virat Kohli and the coach of team India, Ravi Shastri met Union Home Minister Amit Shah who also made it to the event. The image of the same is up on social media.




On the work front, Virat has just finished with West Indies series. Anushka had given him company and was chilling with the Indian cricket team there. She hasn't signed a film as of yet.  Anushka was last seen in Zero along with Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif. We are waiting for an official update on her next film. 


Image Source: Twitter/AnushkaSFanCIub
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