According to various reports on the internet, it has been learnt that the Indian captain Virat Kohli's much-awaited wedding with long-time girlfriend Anushka Sharma is set to take place in the second week of December this year in Italy. These reports emerged after Mukherjee was spotted exiting Anushka's house last week. Virat might leave for Italy for the wedding tomorrow. Earlier reports had suggested that the couple plans to have a high profile destination wedding, with their close friends and relatives attending the ceremony.
According to reports, Kohli and Anushka will Wednesday in Italy in a three-day ceremony starting on December 11. Also, the reception is expected to be hosted on 21 December. But the publicist maintained that Sharma is going on a break.
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Earlier in October, fans had speculated that Kohli was preparing for a winter wedding with Anushka.However, when asked about the speculated December wedding, the talent agency which manages Anushka's career told Indian media that "these are just rumours doing the rounds".
Anushka and Virat have been dating for years now and have been spotted in locations across the world plenty of times in the past few months - the duo shared Instagram posts from their vacations in Sri Lanka and NY, from where a back-seat selfie went insane viral. However, later all those turned out to be false.
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Virat and Anushka first met on the sets of a shampoo commercial four years ago. Past year in an interview with India Today, Anushka confessed that marriage is on her agenda.
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