Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have recently been back from their hilly and adventurous trip to Bhutan. The couple spent an amazing time in the chilly weather of Bhutan and constantly treated fans with pictures from the trip. As the couple has an acquired taste of traveling, the lovebirds are often snapped jetting off to someplace beautiful. As the Indian skipper and his Bollywood diva wife had a Finland honeymoon, Virat shares his experience and reveals details from the trip in a video.
Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli are one of the most loved couples of Bollywood. The celebrities have been spending a lot of gala time together as they jet off to lavish vacations. Recently in an interview with Curly Tales, the Indian skipper shares his experience from his Finland honeymoon trip with wife Anushka Sharma. In the video, Virat reveals how only one person, a ‘Sardar Ji’ in particular recognized the duo in a random coffee shop in the region. Also Read: After Celebrating His Birthday With Anushka Sharma In Bhutan, Virat Kohli Shoots For An Ad In Indore- EXCLUSIVE PICS INSIDE
The Indian skipper shared that he did not meet any Indian on the entire Honeymoon vacay and mentioned that nobody recognized the couple on their trip to Finland. Virat later shared that the Sardar Ji he met in the coffee shop was right behind in the queue for coffee with the lovebirds. Later when the man recognized the duo, Kohli requested the man to not click pictures with them in the public place. Virat also shared that the man shared a similar surname ‘Kohli’ like him.
In the video, Virat Kohli also mentioned that Anushka and he love traveling and are avid travelers. Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have been traveling a lot since they have been together and married. The couple spends a great time with each other and share pictures on social media.
Image source: Instagram/ Virat Kohli
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