Okay peeps, y’all have had enough time to process the news of the year: Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli are married! In what was the sneakiest Wedding ever, the lovebirds became man and wife in an intimate ceremony in Tuscany, Italy. Well, you know this because pictures from the #Virushka wedding have taken over your feed. Updates are pouring in by the second. Everything from Anushka’s wedding lehenga, that took 32 days to make, to Virat’s solo performance is now public information. New life has been breathed into those who believed that true love didn’t exist. The world post the #Virushka wedding is a happier place, if not perfect.
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Now that we have regained a semblance of calm, there are burning questions that need to be answered! For one, how in the world did the two manage to pull off this mother of all secret weddings? Well, it’ll be a while before we get a peek into this wedding planning. Only Anushka and Virat can throw light on the matter and, as you all know, they aren’t big on media announcements.
Onto the next legitimate question, then? So, where will the new couple be staying? Sure, their jobs demand incessant travel, but there will be some place they will call home, right?
Last year, news of the cricketer acquiring this luxury flat had broken. While the reps didn’t confirm it, the 7,171-sq-ft sea-view apartment on 35th floor of tower C is a part of residential project Omkar 1973.
As reported in Economic Times, “Kohli’s luxury pad will be a bare-shell open sky bungalow that will be customized as per his taste later.”
Tower C, the most luxurious of the three towers, will also be home to Yuvraj Singh, who has bought an apartment on 25th floor.
Oh, and the cricketer is believed to get possession of the flat by 2018. Well, that fits perfectly with the current scheme of things. While there hasn’t been an official statement, this no-so-humble abode is where Virushka will most likely stay. Yep, we are doing the math here… since the couple has been tight-lipped about every damn thing.
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