After Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan, Anushka Sharma spotted dancing on Cape Town
New Delhi: Indian skipper Virat Kohli’s aggressive style of play has earned him much respect and the records he has broken with his epic batting just consolidated his fan base. Apart from the game, the skipper’s dance moves too have often been witnessed of late, earning him much praise by the fans. Currently captaining the Indian side on the tour of South Africa, Virat was seen showing his bhangra moves on the streets of Cape Town, the venue of the first Test, which started on Friday.
While the video, in which Shikhar Dhawan too was seen dancing with his skipper, went viral, this time it’s Virat’s wife Anushka Sharma who can be seen dancing on the streets of Cape Town with a random passer-by.
The Bollywood diva is as carefree as her husband while dancing and the same was visible during the couple’s Delhi reception in December 2017. Meanwhile, here’s the latest video:
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Though the newlywed couple Virat and Anushka are adored by their fans, the same was not the case as Anushka was once again trolled for Virat’s flop showon the first day of the first Test as India let the early momentum set by Bhuvneshwar Kumar slip by and let the hosts take charge of the game.
In the 11 overs India played on Day 1, they lost three wickets for 28 runs, one each to Vernon Philander, Dale Styen and Morne Morkel. The three wickets to fall were Murali Vijay, his opening partner Shikhar Dhawan, and that of the captain Virat Kohli.
Anushka Sharma, who was present in the stands along with other cricketers’ wives, and had cheered for Kohli earlier in IPL and other international matches, once again became the target of trolls, and was brutally roasted for Virat’s poor show, which saw him getting out on a paltry individual score of five runs.
This was after Indian bowlers led by Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4/87 in 19 overs) had South Africa 286 all out in 73.1 overs — a total India would consider as 50 too many after the UP seamer had the Proteas reduced to 12 for 3 inside six overs.