Virat Kohli took to Twitter and posted an endearing message for his Bollywood actress spouse Anushka Sharma. Along with the lovable message, the Indian cricket crew skipper posted an image together with his spouse, who’s celebrating her 32nd birthday on Friday. “You my love bring light into this world. And you light up my world everyday. I love you,” Kohli tweeted.
You my love carry gentle into this world. And you gentle up my world on a regular basis. I really like you pic.twitter.com/nhYYr0CjDs
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 1, 2020
Earlier within the day, former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh wished Anushka Sharma with a hilarious message on Twitter.
“Happy birthday Rosie phabie sending wishes your way for success, happiness, health and everything you desire. Stay healthy, stay happy! @AnushkaSharma,” Yuvraj tweeted.
Happy birthday Rosie phabie sending needs your method for fulfillment, happiness, well being and every thing you need. Stay wholesome, keep completely satisfied!@AnushkaSharma
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) May 1, 2020
Recently, Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma spoke about their lives and careers in a web based session with college students on how one can get motivated.
Virat Kohli, who married Anushka Sharma in 2017, credited his spouse for bettering his mood.
“To be honest the patience bit I have learnt ever since me and Anushka met each other. I was a very impatient before,” mentioned Kohli.
The couple met in 2013 whereas filming a shampoo commercial.
“The learnings from one another that we have had, looking at her personality, looking at her composure in situations has really inspired me to fight it out.
“Even when issues are powerful you must swallow your ego and preserve being there in adversity, preserve preventing your method out and finally you will see a method.
“So that’s what I have seen her do and I have learnt from that.”
Kohli mentioned he can now apply the attribute “where things are totally against you.”
“Sometimes you have to bat in a Test match for two hours for 20 runs but the team wants you do that. So you should be able to do that.”
(With AFP inputs)