Virat Kohli’s heartwarming birthday message for wifey Anushka Sharma!

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Most of the celebrities are ringing their birthday amid the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and the latest is Anushka Sharma who ranged her 32nd birthday on Friday. Hubby Virat Kohli posted a heartwarming picture with wife Anushka along with a beautiful message for the birthday girl.

Virat Kohli took to Twitter and posted a lovely message for his Bollywood actress wife Anushka Sharma. Along with the cute message the Indian cricket team captain also posted a picture with his wife. The caption of the picture read as, “You my love bright light into this world and you light up my world every day in a beautiful way. I love you”, Kohli tweeted.

Earlier on 1st May, former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh also wished Anushka Sharma with a hilarious message on Twitter. “Happy birthday Rosie phabie, sending wishes for your way to success, happiness, health, and everything that you desire. Stay healthy, stay happy! @AnushkaSharma”, Yuvraj Singh tweeted.

Recently the star couple Anushka & Virat had an online session with students on how to get motivated in their life where they spoke about their lives and careers in an online session with students. Virat who married actress Anushka Sharma in 2017, credited his wife for improving his temper. “To be honest the patience which I had learned was only after I and Anushka had met each other earlier I was very impatient before”, Kohli said.

The couple met in 2013 while shooting a shampoo advertisement. “The learning which we get from one another is really helpful. By looking at her personality, looking at her composure and patience in every situation i have learnt to fight with any difficult situation with patience”.

“Even when things seem tough you have to swallow your ego and being there in the adversity, keep fighting for your way, and eventually you will find a way out there”, this is the special quality which i have learnt from Anushka & now I can apply this attribute, “where the things are totally against you”, said Indian Skipper Virat Kohli.

“Sometimes you might have to bat in a test match for two hours or just 20 runs but the team wants you to do that so you have to do that, here is where patience and compassion help us a lot”, Kohli added further.