Virat Kohli & Anushka Sharma buy a new House in Mumbai
By SMCS - Sep 4, 2022 5:58 pm
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Former India captain Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma have bought a beautiful farmhouse in the Alibaug region near Mumbai at an expensive price of INR 19.24 Crores. This land will cover an area of 8 Acres near Zirad, a village in Alibaug as well. Meanwhile, the real estate company, Samira Habitats have taken the responsibility of overseeing the transaction as well.

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Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma at Glenn Maxwell’s wedding bash

According to some sources in Malayali Manorama, Virat and Anushka went to see the place six months ago and Virat’s brother Vikas Kohli had finished the deal also and completed the transaction on August 30 as well. Meanwhile, former Indian head coach Ravi Shastri had built a house in Alibaug about a decade ago also. However, in recent times, Virat Kohli had also rented out a selection of Kishore Kumar’s Bungalow in Juhu for the next five years and a restaurant is hoping to be opened there as well. The veteran cricketer has already owned three restaurants already in Delhi, Kolkata, and Pune, named One eight commune, and the next one will open in Juhu any time this month as well.

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However, former Indian captain Virat Kohli is currently taking part in the Asia Cup squad in UAE. After this tournament, Australia and South Africa series along with the T20 world cup are there as well. However, Dravid also opened up on the form of Virat Kohli and said that people get a little too obsessed with statistics and numbers and not the contributions that Virat Kohli makes in different phases of the innings as well.

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Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma started a Covid relief campaign

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“For us, it’s not really about how many runs he makes. Especially with Virat, people get a little bit obsessed with his statistics and numbers. It’s about the contributions he makes at different phases of the game. It doesn’t have to be in the 50s or 100s or a stat for us, even a small contribution makes a lot for us in the T20s,” Rahul Dravid concluded.