You are my guiding force: Virat Kohli responds to Anushka Sharma’s heartfelt birthday post for him

Virat will captain Team India against Scotland at the Dubai International Stadium later on Friday.

Saurabh Ganguly Author

Updated - 5 November 2021 7:32 pm

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma - the pair is one of the most celebrated couples in India. Both of them are successful in their own respective domains and while Virat is one of the best batters in the world, Anushka is regarded among the finest Bollywood actor along with being a producer.

As Virat turned 33 on Friday, his wife Anushka who is also with him in the United Arab Emirates where he is currently with the Indian team for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup, shared a heartfelt post on social media. In no time, the post went viral on the internet. In the post, she shared an adorable picture with her cricketer husband and wrote an elaborate caption.

"No filter needed, for this photo and the way you lead your life . Your core is made of honesty and guts of steel. Courage that pales doubt into oblivion. I know no one who can pick themselves up from a dark place like you can," she wrote.

"You grow better in every way because you hold on to nothing in you as permanent and are fearless. I know we are not ones to talk to each other through social media like this but sometimes I just want to scream and tell the world what an amazing man you are," she added.

"Fortunate are those who really truly know you. Thank you for making everything brighter and more beautiful ♥️ Oh , and Happy Birthday cuteness," she wrote in the concluding lines of her message.

And now even Virat has responded to her message as he termed his spouse as the strength of his life. "You are my strength. You are my guiding force. Grateful to God everyday for us being together my love. I love you," he wrote in the comments section.

Here is Virat's comment:

Virat will captain Team India against Scotland at the Dubai International Stadium later on Friday as the Men in Blue would look to register a big win in their remaining fixtures. Even that won't suffice the criteria for India to move into the semifinals since they have already lost two matches- one each against Pakistan and New Zealand. The Kiwis will have to lose at least one of their remaining matches for India to have an outside chance.