Virat Kohli shares picture of newborn daughter with wife Anushka on Women’s Day, internet responds

In the post, Kohli revealed that "seeing the birth of a child is the most spine chilling, unbelievable and amazing experience a human being can have."

Aditya Kumar Editor

Updated - 15 July 2021 3:11 pm

Team India skipper Virat Kohli on Monday took to social media to share a glimpse of his newborn daughter, Vamika. On the occasion of Women Day, the batting maestro uploaded a picture of wife Anushka Sharma wherein she could be seen holding the baby in her hands.  Notably, the couple had welcomed the baby on January 11, 2021. In the post, Kohli revealed that "seeing the birth of a child is the most spine chilling, unbelievable and amazing experience a human being can have."

Kohli hails Anushka Sharma on Women's Day

Along with the picture of Anushka holding the baby, Kohli also shared a heartfelt note for his wife. “Happy Women's Day to the most fiercely, compassionate and strong woman of my life and to the one who's going to grow up to be like her mother,” read a part of Kohli's post in Anushka's praise.

Here is the post:

Here is how internet responded to it:

"Such a touching post Virat Kohli, more strength to all the wonderful women!" said an Instagram user. "Adorable," was the reply of another user. Many found the post "cute", while other felt the words written by Kohli were "So True".

Virat Kohli credits Anushka Sharma for his success

This is not the first time Virat Kohli has openly praised his wife, rather he has always credited Anushka Sharma for his success. At times, when Anushka faced a lot of flak on internet for Kohli’s poor batting form on the cricket field, the batsman always stood up in her support and stopped the critics from dragging her in that. “People who contribute off the field they deserve a lot of credit as well. My wife who keeps me motivated deserves a lot of credit. She’s been criticized a lot in the past. But she’s one person who’s kept me going throughout the tour,” Kohli had said after his brilliant display with the bat in India’s ODI series win over South Africa in 2018.