Anushka Sharma Denies Marriage Rumours with Boyfriend Virat Kohli

Indian cricketer Virat Kohli’s recently celebrated his lunch date with her girlfriend Anushka Sharma and her father Colonel Ajay Kumar Sharma. They were planning to take their relationship to the next level if things go fine and they visited ‘Omkar 1973’ apartment complex in Worli for house hunt in Mumbai.


Anushka Sharma’s publicist in an email statement clarified: “There is no truth to the stories/rumours about Anushka Sharma’s impending wedding. Currently she is busy and happy with her work commitments. She has always been open about her life and would appreciate it and request everyone to wait for her to make announcements about her life instead of speculating”.

Anushka has been dating Virat Kohli for the past one year and have been quite open about their relationship. But at last Anushka opened about her relationship with Virat last December and since then they have been facing marriage rumours.

There were rumours stated that Anushka wanted to get married as soon as possible but our star cricketer Virat Kohli wants to focus more on his career currently.

Anushka Sharma said that she was uncomfortable talking about her personal life or relationship. In an interview with a leading daily she said, “No. People understand that I’ve given enough respect to everybody by acknowledging my relationship. I would like to maintain some privacy and personal space around somebody I am with because at the end of the day, I am human. I don’t want to put myself out there. But I feel uncomfortable discussing it” the statement added.

The actress Anushka Sharma is often seen cheering for her boyfriend Virat Kohli at matches while Virat Kohli too sends his compliments after watching every release of Anushka’s movies.

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