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Virat Kohli Reviews Sui Dhaaga, Another Testament Of PDA
By CricShots - Sep 28, 2018 2:53 pm
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The Indian skipper Virat Kohli has been enjoying his break from international cricket. He has been seen promoting his off the field business ventures on social media and in person in recent times. Now Kohli has shared his thoughts on Anushka Sharma’s latest big-screen release, ‘Sui Dhaaga: Made in India.’

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Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma

Talking about the movie on Twitter, Kohli said, “Saw @SuiDhaagaFilm for the second time last night and I loved it more than the first time. What an emotional rollercoaster with brilliant performances by the entire cast.” He further went on to praise Varun Dhawan’s character but was effusive in his praise of Anushka’s performance as Mamta. He wrote, “Mauji was superb @Varun_dvn. But Mamta’s character stole my heart totally. Her ability to be so quiet yet so powerful and impactful makes you fall in love with her. SO PROUD my love ❤😍 @AnushkaSharma. Don’t miss it guys! #SuiDhaagaMadeInIndia”.

This isn’t the first time recently that his wife has been front and center of his social media accounts and  by looking at the pattern of his posts in recent times, it definitely won’t be the last. A day after he had received the Khel Ratna, India’s highest sporting honor from President Ram Nath Kovind, Virat had taken to social media to thank his wife for inspiring him to push forward and guiding him to do the right thing.

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Posting a picture of Anushka, Kohli wrote, “The person that inspires me to push forward despite all obstacles. The person that guides me to do the right thing in life against all odds. The person that has changed me inside out and made me realize the power of true love. My strength. My soulmate.”

Kohli was rested for the ongoing Asia Cup in which India has reached the final along with Bangladesh, in order to allow him to recover from a recurring back issue. Rohit Sharma was named stand-in skipper in his absence and has led the side to the final of the tournament.