Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli have been the latest sweethearts of the town. Right from their wedding chores to witnessing his cricket matches, the pair has always been together. However, they have rarely been seen indulging in PDA but, from the very recent move, it is clear that if they do, it is definitely going to be electrifying.
At the Indian Sports Honours Event, cameras captured them kissing and the picture is up on social media. The annual ceremony, which was supposed to be held in February, was however, postponed as a mark of respect to the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawans, who were martyred in Pulwama in a terrorist attack.
The Indian skipper Virat Kohli attended the second edition of Indian sports honours with his wife Anushka Sharma. Indian sports honours, initiative by Sanjiv Goenka, Chairman, RP-SG Group and Kohli was held at SVP Stadium in Mumbai.
Kohli’s wife Anushka shared two pictures from the event on her Instagram in which both were dressed in formal clothing and captioned it with a heart emoji.
— Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) September 27, 2019
Later Virat also posted a picture of himself on instagram in which the Indian captain is looking a complete dapper in his black suit and suave look for the event. Even though, both Virat and Anushka hold hectic schedules, they don’t fail to maintain a work-life balance.
Speaking at the India Today Mind Rocks 2018, Anushka revealed that she and Virat are “as normal as anyone would be in a relationship”. She also added, “try to create a proper work-life balance” and do not let their professions come in the way of their marriage.
The winners of the 11 categories (Jury Honours) were decided by ISH Jury members, which comprised of sporting champions such as Pullela Gopichand, Abhinav Bindra, Sardar Singh, Mahesh Bhupathi, P T Usha and Anjali Bhagwat.
Apart from the Jury Honours, there are also six Popular Choice Honours’ and winners were decided through an online voting process on Twitter.The nominations for all the categories were shortlisted by 200 journalists from the Sports Journalists Federation of India (SJFI).
Talking on this account, Kohli said, “I always believe that sports is an integral part of every individual’s life starting from school and eventually translating to supporting their favorite athletes on TV and during sporting events. I am confident that these awards are a stepping stone which will further encourage talent to excel in their own category of sports.”