Just 24 hours ago Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli and his wife –actress Anushka Sharma announced that they are expecting their first child. Married in 2017, the duo will be welcoming their first born in January 2021. This announcement was made when Virat- who is the captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore of the Indian Premier League 2020- had already flown out for the IPL 2020 tournament. Following the announcement and congratulatory messages, Virat dropped a video clip of him, sweating it out. The dad-to-be was seen lifting some heavy weight to gear up for IPL 2020 tournament.
Virat was seen performing some push ups, crunches and lifting a heavy dumbbell, during his solo work out session. Virat is stationed in Dubai, as he practices self quarantine which is one of the safety measures to be followed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Sharing this video, Virat wrote, “Situations change but your missions don’t,” followed by a dart board image. It looks like Virat was working out in his hotel room’s balcony, and Virat had earlier given a glimpse of the beautiful view of the surroundings in his one of his latest Instagram posts.
Check his Instagram post below, as his followers praised him for sweating it out and inspiring them.
On the personal front, the Indian cricketer was quarantined with his wife since March 2020, before coming back on the field. IPL will kickstart from September 19 and will be played till November 10. ALSO READ: Anushka Sharma-Virat Kohli Pregnant: Neighbour And Actress Neetu Chandra Said, ‘Saw Her Downstairs Recently, I Felt She Was Expecting’
Meanwhile, on the work front Anushka Sharma has remained away from the silver screen since 2018, after the debacle of her movie Zero helmed by Aanand L Rai. ALSO READ: Anushka Sharma Is Pregnant; Virat Kohli And Wifey Are Expecting Their First Baby In January 2021
Image Source: Instagram/virat.kohli
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