In the long list of celebrities who have not come out in the open about their relationship status are Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and actress-producer Anushka Sharma. The two may have never publicly labeled their friendship, but they often leave their fans swooning with their rare joint public appearances and some PDA on social media. Recently, Virat was all praise for his 'lady', while on a chat show. He even went to the extent of calling Anushka his 'lady luck'. The cricketer, in a candid answer, said that "he had no brains before" and ever since "the lady" has come into his life, she's taught him a lot of things. He added that he's learnt a lot, and become more sensible in the last 4 years all because of her. She's taught him how to be more patient and taught him how to utilise the position he is in to the fullest, he said further. Virat also reiterated that Anushka has stood rock solid with him over the years, even when he was going through a rough patch in his career. He went on to recall that during a tour of England in 2014, Anushka was there in his life, she understood what he was going through so she kept him motivated. Her support helped him push through and she was a constant in that time. The cricketer also spoke about those who said: "this is what happens when you allow girlfriends on the tour." He said that he felt, "if you don't think this is right then no one can be in a relationship". Virat also revealed that it was Zaheer Khan who advised him against hiding his relationship with Anushka.
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