Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli enjoy a meal at Indian restaurant in London, pose with the chef. Look at the picture


Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli posed with a chef outside an Indian restaurant in London.

Virat KohliVirat Kohli and Anushka Sharma at an Indian restaurant in London (Photo: Twitter/ Surender Mohan)

Actor Anushka Sharma is having fun on vacation with her husband, cricketer Virat Kohli. After Paris, the couple appear to have flew to London, and photos of their outings have been shared online. Recently, the couple could be seen posing with the chef of an Indian restaurant in the city.

Chef Surender Mohan took to Twitter and shared photos with Virat and Anushka outside the Bombay Bustle restaurant and wrote: “Happy and honored to have had the wonderful warmth and pride of India @imVkohli and @AnushkaSharma have dinner with us.”

Meanwhile, Anushka regaled fans with photos from their trip to Paris. She captioned one post, “Mere saamne wali khidki mein…Paris daydreams.”

A few days ago, Anushka shared photos of herself enjoying a croissant. She wrote: “When in Paris.. eat lots of croissants.” Parineeti Chopra had commented on the post, “Send me some to London. Thanks and greetings.”

Virat and Anushka are on vacation with their daughter Vamika. However, the couple were determined not to share Vamika’s photos publicly and even asked the paparazzi not to click on photos of her. Nonetheless, Anushka gave teasing glimpses of her daughter in photos and emotional posts. Earlier, the couple vacationed in the Maldives, and Anushka shared a reel in which she rode a bike with Vamika on the back.

After being away from movies since Zero (2018), Anushka Sharma is set to return with sports drama Chakda Xpress. The film is inspired by the life of former Indian cricket captain Jhulan Goswami. Earlier, the actor shared previews of the table reading session with the whole cast. In May, she shared a selfie on Instagram to express how much she regrets not playing cricket growing up. Anouchka wrote:Kaash bachpan mein kuch toh cricket khela hota, toh aaj aisi haalat na hoti. (I wish I had played cricket growing up. Today I wouldn’t have struggled so much).

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