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Anushka Sharma flaunts her baby bump in IPL match

Anushka Sharma flaunts her baby bump in IPL match. Actress Anushka Sharma is a constant support for her hubby Virat Kohli and is often spotted cheering for him in the matches.

Once again, the mommy-to-be Anushka, was seen rooting for the Royal Challenger Bangalore’s captain Virat Kohli while he was playing for his team in RCB vs CSK.

Anushka once again proudly flaunted her baby bump in a bright red dress and golden hoop earrings as she was clicked while clapping and smiling. She also wore a watch and ring to team up her look.

The actress photos went viral after the match and many fan pages of her and her husband shared the pictures. Take a look.

Anushka Sharma flaunts her baby bump in IPL match

 

Unfortunately, RCB lost the match to CSK by eight wickets. After the match, Virat said that the match was very competitive, and if RCB had bowled better, then there was a fair chance for them to win.

Anushka as soon as once more proudly flaunted her baby bump in a brilliant purple costume and golden hoop earrings as she was clicked while clapping and smiling. She additionally wore a watch and ring to crew up her look.

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Anushka Sharma flaunts her baby bump in IPL match

Anushka Sharma flaunts her baby bump in IPL match

Virat, on the other side, shared his experience to be a father, “It is an incredible feeling. It puts things into perspective for you. It is a beautiful feeling. It is difficult to describe how you feel, but when we found it, we were over the moon. When we announced, the kind of love that was showered on us it was amazing. People were genuinely so emotional and happy for us. We are looking forward to the third member joining the clan.”

Anushka wrote, “In our society having a male child is seen as a ‘privilege.’ Of course, it’s no more privilege than having a girl child but the fact is that this so-called privilege has been viewed incorrectly and with an extremely myopic view. The only ‘privilege’ is that one has the opportunity to raise a boy in a way that he respects a girl. That’s your DUTY as a parent to society. So, don’t think of it as a PRIVILEGE.”

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