Friday, February 07, 2014 10:15 IST
Not shooting for any of her films at the moment, Anushka Sharma apparently flew down to Auckland to root for her alleged beau, cricketer Virat Kohli, who is playing a Test series
Anushka Sharma may have doled out cliched statements in response to her link up with Indian cricketer Virat Kohli, but pictures surely speak louder than words. The actress has apparently flown to New Zealand to catch up with Virat, where Team India is currently playing a Test series.
Some fans of hers have even posted photographs of Anushka and Virat on social networking sites. The photos show the two of them holding hands while walking on the streets of Auckland. `The actress went to New Zealand to root for Virat and she happily posed for the cameras during the match. Later on, she was joined by Virat and the two have been snapped together at various restaurants and malls. In fact, the couple looked very comfortable in each other's company,` says the source.
The source adds that since the actress is not shooting for any of her films at the moment, she could head out to New Zealand and spend some time with Virat. `Anushka has been busy shooting endorsements and is likely to begin shooting for 'Peekay' once she returns from New Zealand. After this she will shoot for the film 'Bombay Velvet',` says the source.
Anushka's spokesperson remained unavailable for comment.
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