The Entire Purpose Of Power - Anushka Sharma

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Virat Kohli's wife Anushka Sharma is being targeted once again on social media after she appeared in the Indian team's picture at the High Commission event in London on Tuesday. However, it is still not clarified by BCCI how Anushka is accompanying Virat in England as the board had barred the WAGs (wives and girlfriends) from accompanying their partners until the end of the third Test. Some users were also miffed by the fact that Anushka Sharma was standing in the first row while the vice-captain of the Indian cricket team was standing in the last row. Comments started pouring in saying, "What was Anushka doing in Team India's picture?"

Amid the busy schedule, the members of the team and the support staff found time to visit the High Commission.

A user wrote, "Why @BCCI allows someone's wife at official tour".

Joining Kohli for the meet and greet was Anushka Sharma donning a lovely traditional dress in mint colour. Though India lost the match by 31 runs, Kohli struck 149 and 51 in both innings of the Edgbaston Test. "Vice captain is in last row and First Lady of Indian cricket is in front row".

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Twitterati slams BCCI and raised the question how she was the only partner/spouse present on the occasion? "These people giving lecture online few days back", one person wrote.

Anushka has been a constant presence by her husband's side during the ongoing tour and has been spotted cheering for him from the stands during the matches.

The two were slammed in social media when the actor posted a video of her scolding man who was trying to litter the street.

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