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Wedding Bells for the Skipper and His Lady Love

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Sunil Garodia By our team of in-house writers.
People are talking about the impending marriage of the hottest couple in India – Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma. They are raving about how good a couple they will make.

People say that the fear of paparazzi and the need to restrict the holy vows to just family and selected friends is what is preventing the two from making their wedding plans public.

People are sure that they have gone to Italy to get hitched. People also commend them on their choice of Italy as the venue for it is totally unconnected to cricket and is not much enthused by Indian cinema. Hence, people say, both Virat and Anushka would be assured of complete privacy in Italy. People say that they deserve to be left alone and be allowed to celebrate their union with family and close friends.

People point out to the fantastic chemistry they share which manifests itself in the Manyavar ad where they watch a couple share wedding vows and indulge in taking some vows of their own. There is love in their eyes, say the romantics among the people, and a huge desire to be with each other.

People also say that it is the right time for the couple to tie the knot. People point out that they had a tiff in the past (which people say was reportedly sorted out by none other than Salman Khan) and should not prolong the courtship. Since both are well settled in their careers (with Virat being on top of his game in 2017) and Virat taking a much-deserved break before the grueling South African tour, people say this should be used for them to get married.

People say that all will be clear in the next 10 days or so. People are anxiously waiting to welcome them back as Mrs and Mr Virat Kohli. People wish them well and hope that while Virat will break more records next year, Anushka will act in a lot of entertaining blockbusters.