Now Kohli has posted an image of the couple’s new spot in Mumbai and it has a view to die for. Based in the Worli suburb of Mumbai, Kohli’s and Anushka’s new luxury apartment overlooks the Arabian Sea.
Last Thursday, the cricketing superstar had posted an image of the couple’s new home on Instagram, exposing the view of the Arabian Sea.
The 29-year-old has accompanied the image with a caption which read: “Where else would you wanna be when you have such a stunning view from home!”
After seeing the image, we are indeed inclined to agree with Kohli. It has been reported that the apartment has been taken up by the couple on rent for a two-year period and is different from the $5m house purchased by the couple in 2016 at the same suburb.
It is also being reported that the couple is paying a whopping $23,000 in rent per month for their current apartment.
Kohli is currently on a break from international cricket while his India team-mates battle it out in the Nidahas T20I tri-series in Sri Lanka. The skipper has been given a well deserved break along with the likes of MS Dhoni and Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
Players have a unique connection with their jersey numbers. The reasons for choosing a number vary – from it being their date of birth to lucky number to top score – but it serves a common purpose of giving the player a sense of comfort.
While some are very superstitious about the number on their jersey, others simply don’t care.
Here are the stories behind cricketers’ jersey numbers.
VIRAT KOHLI: Number 18
There are quite a few theories about the Indian captain’s jersey number in the online world. Some suggest it is a tribute to his late father who died on December 18, 2006 when Kohli was just 18. However, the star revealed the reason behind his choice of jersey number is a less emotional one. Kohli told bcci.tv: “There is no particular reasons for it. When I joined the India Under-19 team, that’s the number I was given and I held on to it.”
ROHIT SHARMA: Number 45
His mum picked it. No seriously. Rohit Sharma has revealed it was his mother who chose the number for him. “My mom picked it for the Under-19 World Cup and it is working for me,” Sharma said. As they say, mother knows best.
MS DHONI: Number 7
MS Dhoni was born on the seventh day of the seventh month in 1981. So seven is his lucky number. The number not only appears on his jersey but is also the name of his brand that includes branded footwear, apparel and accessories.
MARLON SAMUELS: Number 730
One of the more interesting jersey numbers. The West Indies batsman was banned for two years in 2008 for improper dealings with a bookmaker. Upon his return, he wore the jersey number 730 in the Bangladesh Premier League, signifying the number of days he had to stay away from the game.
SHANE WARNE: Number 23
One of the most iconic jersey numbers across sport. Michael Jordan wore it. So did David Beckham and LeBron James. Aussie spin great too sported that number but it was in honour of legendary Australian Rules footballer and Hall-of-Famer Dermott Brereton.
MORNE MORKEL: Number 65
It’s got nothing to do with his date of birth. Morne Morkel wears the jersey number 65 because, well he is six feet and five inches tall. So he lets everyone know how tall he is. Sweet.
CHRIS GAYLE: Number 333
Chris Gayle is the most influential T20 cricketer of all time. But before the slam bang version of Gayle took the world by storm, he was a Test cricketer of some repute. His highest Test score is 333. Hence, the jersey number.
ASHWELL PRINCE: Number 5+0
Prince wore the jersey number ‘5+0’ in memory of the late South African captain Hansie Cronje, who passed away in a helicopter crash. Cronje used to wear the number 5 jersey and Prince came up with the unique jersey number to pay his respects.
SACHIN TENDULKAR: Numbers 99 and 10
The great Indian batsman picked two distinct numbers in his career. He first made the number 99 famous. But his astrologer asked him to change it to 10 for success. He ultimately settled on that number and the Indian cricket board unofficially retired that jersey number.
VIRENDER SEHWAG: None
Sehwag started off with 44 and 46 to improve his luck and form. But he abandoned it altogether after no ‘special’ number improved his form. It created a bit of an issue during ICC tournaments where jersey numbers are mandatory.
Shami’s wife Hasin Jahan, a former model, filed a written complaint with the police in Kolkata just days after going public with claims that Shami had affairs with other women.
The controversy has already cost Shami as India’s cricket board has put the 27-year-old bowler’s annual contract with the national team on hold while an investigation is conducted.
“Police have charged Indian pacer Mohammad Shami and his brother with sections related to rape, domestic violence and causing hurt with poisoning after Jahan’s complaint,” Kolkata police joint commissioner Praveen Tripathi told AFP.
“She has specifically complained about being tortured by her husband and in-laws, and about her husband having multiple extra-marital affairs,” Tripathi added.
Jahan made headlines by making public on Tuesday a series of messages Shami allegedly sent to women during their four-year marriage.
“I managed to access the security code in his phone and saw (the) chats last night. I was shocked and could not sleep,” she said.
“He tortured me physically and mentally over and over again. Shami assaulted me after returning from the South Africa tour,” Jahan told journalists on Friday.
Shami has dismissed the accusations of infidelity as a campaign to defame him.
“What is being said about my personal life is completely false,” he wrote on Twitter Wednesday.
“It’s definitely a part of a big conspiracy against me. This is just an attempt to defame me.”
The Board of Control for cricket in India dropped Shami from a list of contracted players unveiled Wednesday, which saw skipper Virat Kohli and other top Test players awarded salaries just above $1 million.
A supervisory committee overseeing BCCI affairs said the allegations against Shami put them in a difficult position and that his contract was on hold pending review.