Shocking! This Actor Had 'Absolutely No Idea' About Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma's Wedding
While fans and the entire country cannot stop drooling over Virushka, surprisingly there was one person who was completely unaware of this big fat wedding.
Image: Twitter/ Anushka Sharma
Be it their hush-hush yet dreamy wedding ceremony in Italy or the first pictures of their invitation cards, everything about Virushka's D-day made headlines. While fans and the entire country still cannot stop drooling over Virat Kohli, surprisingly there was one person who was completely unaware of this big fat wedding. Yes, you read it right. Anushka's Jab Tak Hai Jaan co-star Katrina Kaif revealed that she was clueless about Virushka's D-day.
As we know, Anushka will again be seen sharing screen space with Katrina in Aanand L Rai's upcoming film, which features Shah Rukh Khan as the male lead, we thought she must be knowing about Virushka's wedding plans. But the actress said "I had absolutely no idea."
"But I think their wedding was absolutely beautiful. I really felt wonderful seeing their pictures and the way they did everything. Lots of love and happiness and warm wishes are there for them," Katrina was quoted as saying by Pinkvilla.
Meanwhile, Katrina is currently gearing up for the release of Tiger Zinda Hai which also stars Salman Khan. The movie has been directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and is a sequel to Kabir Khan's 2012 movie Ek Tha Tiger.
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