Indian captain Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma, who is also the Bollywood actress, are at the top in their respective industry. On Instagram, the couple first time took a quiz on their profession and personal life. The interaction turned out to be funny as the duo burst into laughter because of their wrong answers.
Anushka Sharma started the quiz by asking Virat Kohli some Bollywood related question in the Instagram interactive session named #TakeABreak’ session which had three rounds.
Anushka’s first question was “What was the name of the first Hindi feature film?”. Replying to this, Virat Kohli had no idea and hilariously answered: “Mera Aangan”. The Bollywood actress could not control her laugh as the answer was wrong. The right answer was: “Raja Harishchandra”.
For the Next question, Anushka gave only five seconds to cricketer to: “Name two movies based on cricket.” To this, Kohli hurridly answered: “Patiala House and Lagaan”. Well, Kohli missed out on two prominent cricket biopics based on the life of Sachin Tendulkar and MS Dhoni.
Virat Kohli questions Anushka Sharma about cricket rules:
Now, it was turned for Kohli to ask his wife about questions related to his profession. He first started off asking, three basic rules of cricket.
To this, Anushka started off giving an entertaining answer. The No.1 rule given by her was: “Don’t get out” which prompted Kohli to say: “That’s not a rule, it’s a wish.” However, later, the actress gave a serious answer and gave three correct cricket rules.
Virat Kohli also asked her” To name the women’s cricketer who is the highest wicket-taker in ODIs”. Well, many would have thought that Anushka would have not got the answer right but she also surprised Kohli. Jhulan Goswami was the correct answer which was given by her. Interestingly, Anushka will be playing the role of India women’s premier pacer biopic.
Further, they also inquired each other about their choices. Here is the full clip of the couple:
In the end, the duo couldn’t decide who won the challenge and settled for a draw.