The Bollywood actress was very animated throughout the match and cheered for her husband and RCB captain Virat Kohli.
Anushka Sharma marked her presence at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru for the RCB's home against Kings XI Punjab. At one moment, when Kohli took a catch, an excited Anushka got up from her seat and acknowledged Virat's catch with a flying kiss.
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She was even spotted chatting to Preity Zinta, owner of the rival team. The couple was also spotted chilling at a star hotel in Bengaluru.
Virat must be happy to win the match with Punjab, but he is the happiest to have Anushka in the audience. Virat himself told a hundred times that she is the light of his life and the best support ever. Against Kings XI, RCB were chasing a total of 156 runs and achieved it with four wickets and three balls remaining. But AB de Villiers struck a half-century to guide the team home easily.
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Anushka and Virat had a secret wedding in Italy on December 11. I love batting with Virat and we have considerable experience as partners. We bet all you girls who have boyfriends can definitely relate to it! "Thank you for being such an important part of our journey".
On the work front, Anushka is busy shooting for Sharat Katariya's "Sui Dhaaga" along with Varun Dhawan and "Zero" opposite Shah Rukh Khan.
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