Anushka Sharma asking what is the signal for four at India vs Sri Lanka World Cup Match inspires hilarious memes

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 07 July 2019, 04:01 PM
Anushka Sharma at Ind vs Sri Lanka World Cup Match. (Image: Instagram)
Anushka Sharma at Ind vs Sri Lanka World Cup Match. (Image: Instagram)

Anushka Sharma recently joined husband and cricketer Virat Kohli in England who is leading team India at the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup. On Saturday, the actress was seen cheering the Men in Blue from the bleachers as India beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets. Pictures and videos of the same are all over the internet. And, there is this one video which has inspired hilarious memes. In the video, Anushka is seen asking one of the friends about the signal for a four. She is seen making a gesture of the signal which indicates a four (4 runs).

Taking a dig at the actor, one user wrote, ''Wife of Indian Cricket team Captain” with a folded hands emoji. Another user wrote, “Kohli ko sahi biwi mili hai. (Kohli has got the right kind of wife).''

Anushka joined Virat during the match between Sri Lanka and India at Headingley in Leeds, northern England on Saturday. She wore a mustard dress with her hair tied in a ponytail. Anushka had earlier flown to Brussels for a photoshoot before joining Virat in the UK.

A source had earlier shared, ''Anushka will join Virat only this month end as BCCI has mandated that wives of cricketers can only spend 15 days with their partners during the World Cup. Anushka has been in London and has been wrapping her work commitments in the city and now in Brussels. The much-loved couple are following all BCCI mandates laid down for the families of cricketers. Anushka will officially join Virat from this month end. The fans will have to wait for a few more days to see them together.''

On the work front, Anushka has not signed any project after Zero, which featured her opposite Shah Rukh Khan.

First Published: Sunday, July 07, 2019 04:01 PM
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