Anushka Sharma is back to what she does best. Just today, she posted a picture of herself smiling on the sets of her upcoming film. “They say – Back to one! In this case ill say – Back to Zero 🤗!! Happy to be back on the film and back to work with my lovely co actrors and crew !! Thank you for the beautifully decorated floral van 😁💕,” she said in her Instagram post.
Earlier this year, Anushka married Virat Kohli in probably the biggest wedding in Indian history. Post which, the couple went on a honeymoon, and after that, Anushka was seen attending the first Test match between India and South Africa.
We are extremely proud of Anushka, and appreciate her for not being one of those actresses whose career comes to a standstill after marriage. “Today we have promised each other to be bound in love forever. We are truly blessed to share the news with you. This beautiful day will be made more special with the love and support of our family of fans & well wishers. Thank you for being such an important part of our journey,” she said in an Instagram post just after her wedding.
As a couple, Virat and Anushka give us major relationship goals. We are sure that their careers won’t be affected with the responsibilities that come with being a married couple. ““I’ve learnt a lot, become more sensible in the last 4 years all because of her. She’s taught me how to be more patient and taught me how to utilise the position you are in to the fullest,” Virat said in an interview with Gaurav Kapur on his web show Breakfast With Champions.
“Luckily I have never tried to change myself over the years. But the flip has been because of her. That period in England in 2014. Anushka was there in my life, she understood what I was going through so she kept me motivated,” he added.
Anushka too has come a long way as an actress in the last few years, and has capitalized on the dream debut she bagged opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. We wish her all the luck for her future films, and hope that she becomes better as an actress in the coming years.