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Virat Kohli on Anushka Sharma’s training for Chakda Xpress: “Respect Boss”

Virat Kohli on Anushka Sharma's training for Chakda Xpress: 'Respect Boss'

Anushka Sharma shared this photo. (courtesy: anushkasharma)

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Anushka Sharma who is currently shooting for her upcoming film Chakda Xpress in London, has left her husband and cricketer Virat Kohli impressed with her determination and hard work. In a recent episode of Disney+Hotstar’s FTB on the way, Virat revealed that watching Anushka train for the sports drama has increased his respect for her. He said, “For me, a film was just about watching it for three hours. Then I saw Anushka training for the film and I was like head of respect. She finds the process challenging. This is the first time she is doing such a thing and that too by learning to bowl.”

Anushka Sharma is shooting for director Prosit Roy’s sports drama based on the life of cricketer Jhulan Goswami. The actress underwent intense training to improve her bowling skills. Earlier, she shared a video that gave a glimpse of her workout session and captioned it as, “This is how the last few days have been! #prep #ChakdaXpress #GetSweatGo”

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Anushka Sharma also often shares pictures from her upcoming film Chakda Xpress. A few days ago, she shared a still from the film and captioned it as, “Put on the shoes and recreate the journey!” Check out the post below:

Here you can see some behind the scenes moments of Anushka dressed as Jhulan Goswami. She shared the video and wrote, “Here’s a glimpse of Chakda Xpress travel with our serious instructor @prositroy”

Meanwhile, a few days ago, Virat Kohli was in London with Anushka Sharma. She shared pictures on her Instagram handle showing them spending quality time together. In the caption, she simply dropped a heart emoticon. Check out the post below:

Chakda Xpress will be released on Netflix next year.

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