Indian cricket skipper Virat Kohli bagged the nation’s highest sporting accolade, the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, by Indian President, Ram Nath Kovind on September 25.
The ace personality got cheered on from the spectators by his doting companion Anushka Sharma, loving mom Saroj Kohli and dear brother Vikas Kohli as he turned out to be the third Indian cricket player after Sachin Tendulkar and Mahendra Singh Dhoni to pocket the special reward.
Well-known weightlifter Mirabai Chanu also bagged the Khel Ratna honor in a sparkling ceremonial occasion at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Adoring wifey Anushka Sharma, who was in New Delhi for the continuing promotions of her upcoming movie 'Sui Dhaaga - Made In India', was witnessed putting on a beautiful saree with special statement earrings.
Bold eyes and bindi complemented the desi appearance she preferred for the special event.
Packed with delight, Anushka Sharma sure turned heads specifically when husband Virat bagged the honor.
The pair, who supports one another during each landmark, gave away major couple goals to their fans.
Although Anushka didn't take to her social media account to praise hubby, buffs expect a sight of the pair together shortly.
The two have been enjoying in the capital and had recently shared a picture of themselves relishing lunch at an eatery in South Delhi.
On the work front, Anushka is readying for the release of her upcoming movie 'Sui Dhaaga', which will be in theaters by this Friday.
The actress together with co-actor Varun was seen at the capital on Tuesday, September 24, as the movie makers revealed a giant sewing machine at Connaught Place to greet the great tradition of art and crafts that the nation is recognized for crosswise the globe.
During the film shoot, Anushka learned a lot of new skills that she is really grateful for.
"It was an extremely fulfilling experience to learn these new skills while becoming Mamta. As an artist, I look to seek out new experiences and Sui Dhaaga gave me the opportunity to pick up such amazing and different skills that I would have never learned otherwise. I had to learn the Charkha, which is just used to separate the yarn. I did a crash course at block printing. I learned to embroider. It was a challenging yet creatively nourishing experience to work in this film," she said in a report.