Anushka Sharma cradles baby bump as Yuzvendra Chahal's fiancee Dhanashree takes group selfie at RCB match; see pictures

Anushka is often seen cheering for her husband, cricketer and Captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Virat Kohli

Anushka Sharma cradles baby bump as Yuzvendra Chahal's fiancee Dhanashree takes group selfie at RCB match; see pictures

Cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal, and his fiancee and YouTuber Dhanashree Verma with Anushka Sharma. Source: Dhanashree Verma/Instagram.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, October 18

Cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal, and his fiancee and YouTuber Dhanashree Verma attended the Indian Premier League (IPL) match on Saturday, along with actor Anushka Sharma, actor-comedian Danish Sait and cricketer Parthiv Patel.

Anushka is often seen cheering for her husband, cricketer and Captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Virat Kohli.

Several pictures of them attending the match have gone viral. 

In these pictures, posted by Dhanashree, Anushka was seen wearing an orange dress with a floral print, and cradling her baby bump. 

"Happy people. Sharing some happy moments from my first match. Congratulations to the team @royalchallengersbangalore,” Dhanashree wrote, sharing some photos from RCB vs Rajasthan Royals (RR) match. RCB beat RR by seven wickets.

Earlier this month, Anushka was spotted cheering for Virat from the stands. She was seen clapping and blowing kisses at him as he hit a half-century against Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

Virat and Anushka are expecting their first child. 

Recently, she penned a powerful note about the supposed ‘privilege’ of having a male child and called it a ‘myopic’ way of looking at things.

“In our society, having a male child is viewed as a ‘privilege’. Of course, it’s no more privilege than having a girl child but the fact is that this so-called privilege has been viewed incorrectly and with an extremely myopic view. The only ‘privilege’ is that one has the opportunity to raise a boy in a way that he respects a girl. That’s your DUTY as a parent to society. So, don’t think of it as a PRIVILEGE,” she wrote.

She added: “The gender of the child doesn’t make you privileged but it is actually the responsibility you owe to society to raise a boy so well that women feel safe and protected.”

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