Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma and Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli have been having some happy moments at home during the lockdown. The couple are making the most of their time and also sharing updates with fans on their routine. While at home in quarantine, Anushka Sharma shared a video as she spotted a dinosaur on the loose during the lockdown. As the actress shared the funny video, TV actor Karan Wahi reacted to the post commenting on it. After Karan’s comment, Virat Kohli gave an epic reply.
Taking to Instagram, Anushka Sharma shared a video and captioned it, “I spotted .... A Dinosaur on the loose.” Sharing the post, Anusha mentioned that she spotted a dinosaur on the loose and shared a video giving fans a glimpse of the dinosaur. While we all wonder which dinosaur Anushka spotted amidst the lockdown with them almost extinct decades ago, the video featured cricketer- hubby Virat Kohli moving from one place to another in a huge room in their house. In the video, Virat is spotted acting like a Tyrannosaur Rex as he moves from one side to the other making weird noises.
While the video shared by Sharma is too cute for words and adorable AF, reacting to it, TV actor Karan Wahi commented with some laughing emojis. As soon as Karan replied to Anushka’s post, Virat took to the comments section to reply to Wahi’s comment. Replying to Karan Wahi’s comment, the Indian cricket team captain wrote, “@karanwahi tujhe badi hassi aa rahi hai saale.” In the epic reply, Virat questioned Karan Wahi about what he is laughing at so much.
Meanwhile, as the epic and hilarious banter between Virat Kohli, and Karan Wahi continues on Anushka Sharma’s dinosaur post, the cricketer proves he’s savage and he fears literally no one. Also Read: Virat Kohli Recalls A Hilarious Incident When He Was Thrown Out Of A DTC Bus Once; Watch Video
Image source: Instagram/ Anushka Sharma, Karan Wahi
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