Launda from Dilli and Mumbai ki billi: Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma get involved in hilarious social media exchange

On the work front, Kohli is currently on a break and was not part of India's T20I squad which defeated New Zealand 3-0.

Saurabh Ganguly Author

Updated - 23 November 2021 1:16 pm

There is hardly any celebrity couple that comes close to matching Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma. The two of them are successful in their own domains and have ventured out to write their own stories. The couple is a parent to a daughter and have set an example by managing to protect her amid the viral paparazzi culture in Mumbai and the nature of the work and the frequent travels that they do.

Moreover, both of them seem way too comfortable in their own field and enjoy each other's company not only in the real world but also on social media. On Tuesday, when India skipper Virat Kohli shared a picture of himself with a "cool cat" while practicing at the Cricket Club of India in Mumbai prior to the Mumbai Test against New Zealand, Anushka was quick to say "hello billi" in response to Kohli's post.

However, Virat also responded to Anushka's comment as he wrote "@anushkasharma launda from dilli and mumbai ki billi."

Check out their hilarious exchange here:

"A quick hello from a cool cat at practice 😺," Kohli had captioned the post.

Here is the post:

On the work front, Kohli is currently on a break and was not part of India's T20I squad which defeated New Zealand 3-0. He will also not be available for the Kanpur Test. He will be joining the Men in Blue for the second Test and will be back at the helm of affairs. In Kohli's absence in the first Test, it is Ajinkya Rahane who is set to captain the team.

Meanwhile, today, November 23, marks 2 years since Kohli's last international hundred which came at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata in India's first and only pink-ball test at home. Since then Virat hasn't been able to breach the three-digit mark in any form of the game in international cricket. Fans will hope that the wait comes to an end in the Mumbai Test which is set to commence on December 3.

Post the New Zealand series, India will be flying to South Africa for a tour involving both red-ball and white-ball matches.