The rumors exploded on the social media that the Indian skipper Virat Kohli and his longtime girlfriend Anushka Sharma are planning to get married in Italy in the second week of December.
Later, Bollywood Actress Anushka Sharma’s spokesperson denied all reports about their marriage, told PTI, “there is absolutely no truth to it (rumors of marriage)”.
But charming couple Anushka and Virat left the country last night that added fuel to the fire once again. Even it is learned that ‘Virushka’ will register their marriage at the Bandra family court on January 4, as per India Today.
With the speculation about Virat Kohli’s wedding with Anushka Sharma, Andrew Daniels – CEO of Adelaide Oval, has expressed his desire to host the wedding of one of most loving couples of cricket world.
In an exclusive interview with Hindustan Times, Andrew Daniels said, “We would be thrilled to host Virat and Anushka’s wedding at Adelaide Oval. How fantastic would it be for Virat to create more happy memories here, considering his outstanding playing history at the Oval.”
Daniels concluded by saying, “With 26 purpose-built function spaces to choose from, combined with a showcase of South Australia’s finest food and wine it would be an unforgettable day for the future Mr. and Mrs. Kohli and their guests.”
The Iconic Adelaide Oval stadium allows private functions, such as a wedding, for around Aus $159 per guest (Rs 8000) upwards. The Iconic stadium is regarded as one of the most prestigious stadiums in Australia; the wedding halls at the stadium provide views of the ground, St Peter’s Cathedral, and the city of Adelaide, which is the craziest thing of the stadium to hold a function there.
Noteworthy, Kohli recently said that his 51-ball century in Adelaide is his favorite he has scored so far. He also smashed three tons at the iconic stadium, including his debut ton in 2012 and the highest T20 score of 90 (not out). Overall, the dashing right-hander has scored a total of 624 runs at an average of 89 in 8 innings at Adelaide Oval stadium in Australia.