Anushka Sharma Loves Wearing Virat Kohli’s Clothes

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Anushka Sharma is one of the most talked about actresses in Bollywood. The starlet started her career back in 2008 with Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, starring opposite superstar Shah Rukh Khan. The film launched her into the world of cinema and she went on to work in some of the biggest hits, namely PK, Dil Dhadakne Do, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Sanju. In 2017, she tied the knot with Indian cricketer Virat Kohli in Lake Como, Italy. The couple seem to be living their best life as they can often be seen going on vacations together and showering each other with love on social media.

And like all other couples, it comes as no surprise that Anushka shares Virat’s clothes. According to Hindustan Times, Anushka shared that loves taking his clothes and that he likes it too. She said, “I actually borrow a lot from his wardrobe, mostly T-shirts and stuff. Sometimes I’ll just take his jackets. Sometimes I just do it because he feels very happy when I wear his clothes.” The actress who also owns her own clothing brand has a very unique yet articulate sense of style. But whatever it may be, for her, comfortable clothing comes first, even when it comes to airport looks.

Anushka also shed light on her wedding dress, wherein she wore a pink Sabyasachi ensemble. She said, “When I met Sabyasachi Mukherjee, I told him very clearly that for my wedding I wanted to go with pale pink. I didn’t want to do a traditional red because it was a day wedding. I envisioned pastel colours, flowers – the vibe was such. But for my reception, I wanted to do a traditional red Banarsi sari with sindoor and heavy traditional jewellery. I think Sabyasachi was also very excited about it because he thought I would choose a gown much like how most girls were wearing at the time.”

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