Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma getting married on 23rd January 2016 by Fans

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The cricketer Virat Kohli is going to marry his actor Anushka Sharma on 23rd Jan 2016. A suspected leaked image of wedding card of India’s Test Skipper and the Bollywood actress is going viral in the social media.    This wedding card states that the couple is going on Jan 23rd 2016. Virat Kohli’s parents are Saroj Kohli and Prem Kohli but in the card it was Surbhi and Arun Kohli. Anushka’s parents are Ajay Kumar Sharma and Ashima Sharma but in the card it was Nilima and Major Arjun Singh.
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Fake wedding card created by some enthusiastic guy

According to the invitation they are going to celebrate a grand reception and the venue will be the Taj Hotels in Mumbai.  The wedding card is nothing but the practical joke was done by some enthusiastic guy. Virat Kohli wants to focus on his career cricket so he wants to marry later. Only a couple of days back Anushka broke her silence over the rumours of her marriage and asked her followers and fans to wait for her to announce the dates of her wedding. Earlier last week, officials, who are working with Anushka, said, “There is no truth to the stories/rumours about Anushka Sharma’s impending wedding.”

Auspicious occasion of Virat and Anushka’s wedding ceremony

Meanwhile, a close source of the couple was quoted as saying, “Anushka and Virat have been open about their relationship because they are sure about taking it to the marriage altar. Their families will meet soon and decide the wedding date. In all likelihood, they will get hitched early next year (2016).” Thus is the interesting news to see if the dates as mentioned in the ‘fake’ wedding invitation card actually happen to be real ones.

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