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Virat Kohli, Anushra Sharma considering to live outside India?

"Just to feel normal for two months, for me my family, it was surreal experience," Kohli once said on spending time abroad

By Web Desk
July 07, 2024
Indian star batter Virat Kohli with his wife Anushka Sharma. — Instagram/@virat.kohli
Indian star batter Virat Kohli with his wife Anushka Sharma. — Instagram/@virat.kohli

India's celebrity couple Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma, who have enjoyed public limelight due to their respective cricketing and acting careers, are reportedly considering to move to another country.

Rumours have been circulating on the internet that the star couple might move to London, reported Times of India.

The buzz comes as Kohli bid farewell to the T20I cricket after helping his side win the T20 World Cup 2024 last month. 

"This was my last T20 World Cup [...] it's time for the next generation to take over, some amazing players will take the team forward and keep the flag waving high," Kohli said while announcing his retirement from the shortest format of the game.

After coming back to India and participating in the victory parade in Mumbai, Kohli then soon left for the United Kingdom to meet Anushka and his daughter Vamika and son Akaay in London.

The speculations cite various reasons for this, one of which is that it can be argued that the couple has at least some personal connection with the city as they chose to have their son Akaay's birth in the British capital.

Both Kohli and Anushka spent around two months after their son's birth in February earlier this year with the former returning to India for the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the T20 World Cup.

The fact that the couple has time again been spotted in London visiting eateries, shopping and engaging in other day-to-day activities during their extended stays there, and has always stressed living a private life out of the limelight they are used to, has further strengthened such rumours that the duo might move to the city in search of a quiet life.

"We were not in the country. Just to feel normal for two months, for me my family, it was a surreal experience," Kohli once said while expressing gratitude to be able to spend time with his family.

"It's an amazing experience to be another person on the road and not be recognised," the cricketer said.