Indian skipper Virat Kohli’s Instagram post working out in a gym inspired many, he had captioned this video of him working out as, “Hard work has no substitute. 🏼” This happened four days ago and today evening, the captain shared a still on his Instagram story which is extremely poles apart. Well, he shared a mesmerizing view of the Mumbai sunset from his cozy pad in town. He wrote on that image, “This View” with an emoji of smiling face with heart eyes.
Following Virat, Anushka too shared an image on her Instagram story describing of a heavy downpour all set to happen. She wrote on the image "Oh The Sky! Bursting to Pour" Virat and his better half Anushka Sharma very often post pictures while they chill in their plush-cozy pad. The last time when Virat had taken us into his house was during Diwali. He had posted a picture posing along with Anushka in their balcony, which was completely decked up like a bride as he wished everyone for Diwali. He captioned this image as, “A very happy and prosperous Diwali to everyone from our home. Wishing everyone peace, happiness and good health. God bless.” Have a look below-
In the recent past, Virat had penned an emotional post after Indian Cricket team exited the 2019 World Cup post their defeat against New Zealand. His post read, “His note read, “Firstly I want to thank all our fans who came in huge numbers to support the team. You made it a memorable tournament for all of us and we felt the love showered upon the team for which we are very grateful. We are all disappointed and share the same emotions as you. We gave everything we had. Have to accept this and move forward. Jai hind.”
Despite of the team’s failure his post garnered positive response and congratulatory messages for battling it out till the end.
He was recently spotted in Mumbai on his shopping spree sans wifey Anushka post his return from England.
Image Source: Instagram/ViratKohli/AnushkaSharma
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