Anushka Sharma on marrying Virat Kohli at an early age, says ‘she was in love’

CHANDIGARH: B-towns ‘it’ couple Anushka Sharma and Indian cricket captain-husband Virat Kohli have been setting some major couple goals.

Anushka Sharma on marrying Virat Kohli at an early age, says ‘she was in love’

B-towns ‘it’ couple Anushka Sharma and Indian cricket captain-husband Virat Kohli. Photo credit: Instagram.

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Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, July 17

B-towns ‘it’ couple Anushka Sharma and Indian cricket captain-husband Virat Kohli have been setting some major couple goals. 

The ‘NH-10’ actress tied the knot at the peak of her career. She married at the age of 29, in comparison to her colleagues she married at a young age. 

In a recent interview with Filmfare, she explains why she chose to marry Virat so early. 

Anushka said that she married Virat because she was in love with him, and also explained why it is perfectly fine for actresses to marry early. 

She said that an actress' marital status does not have any impact on her career or popularity among fans.

"Our audience is way more evolved than our industry is. Audiences are just interested in seeing actors on screen. They don't care about your personal lives, whether you're married or whether you're a mother. We need to get out of this headspace. I got married at 29, supposedly young for an actress. But I did it because I was in love. And I am in love. Marriage was a natural progression," she said. Anushka added that while a man never worries about his career when getting married, why should a woman?" she told the publication.

On the work front, Anushka was last seen in Aanand L Rai's 'Zero'.

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