Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma make one of the most adorable couples of India and they both enjoy a huge fan following not just in India but from all over the world. Their fans are always eager to know each and every thing about them and also about their little daughter who was born on 11 Jan, 2021. The skipper of the Indian cricket team took paternity leave so that he can be with this wife at the time of the birth of their first kid. The Indian cricket team was engaged in a four match test series against Australia at that time and Virat returned to India after the first test match which was played at Adelaide and India suffered a humiliating defeat in that match.
After some days, the Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma who has taken break from her work announced on social media that they have named their daughter Vamika. Their little girl is already very famous on the social media networks and there are quite a good number of fan pages in her name but the parents have ensured that their girl remains away from the social media. Moreover, they have also requested the mediapersons to not to try to click Vamika.
The Indian skipper is currently serving his quarantine period in Mumbai along with his teammates from where he will leave for England on June 2. In England, the Indian team will be playing the finals of the World Test Championship and a 5 match test series against England after the WTC final. On May 29, the Indian skipper carried out a Question and Answer session with his fans on the photo-sharing platform Instagram. During this session, one online user asked Virat about the meaning of Vamika and whether his fans be able to see a glimpse of her or not.
In response, Virat Kohli reveals that Vamika is another name of the Hindu Goddess Durga. In response to the glimpse, Virat says that nobody will be able to see Vamika as he and Anushka have decided to keep her away from the social media networks until she is able to understand what social media is and till the time when she is able to make her own choice.
The Indian team will serve a 10-day isolation period before playing the finals of the WTC against New Zealand starting 18th June. With this match, Virat Kohli will become the first cricketer to play all the finals of the ICC tournaments.