In Pics: Anushka Sharma turns potter!
As Indian cricketer, Virat Kohli was busy in the recently concluded ICC World Cup 2019, Anushka Sharma took some time out to learn pottery. Excited with her newly learned skill, Anushka showcased it through her Instagram handle.
New Delhi, News24 Bureau, July 19: As Indian cricketer, Virat Kohli was busy in the recently concluded ICC World Cup 2019, Anushka Sharma took some time out to learn pottery. Excited with her newly learned skill, Anushka showcased it through her Instagram handle.
The 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' star showed her talent by sharing a handmade picture of the cup made by her. Captioning the picture, she wrote, '' The joy of drinking coffee at home, in a cup made by your own hands.” Meanwhile, she shared another picture in which she can be seen sipping coffee in the cup made by her. In the caption of the picture she wrote, “Potter.”
Earlier also Anushka shared pics from her pottery classes in London. In the series of pictures shared by the diva, she was seen posing with tiny pots.
Meanwhile, a string of pictures of Anushka and Virat surfaced on the online platforms in which they were seen posing with their fans in London, after India's exit from ICC World Cup 2019 finals.
In the pics, Anushka can be seen donning a denim jacket with a pink top. Anushka looked gorgeous as ever as she complimented her look with open tresses and a pair of round earrings with minimal makeup.
After India's exit from World Cup 2019, Virat took to his Instagram account to share a note. He thanked his fans and wrote, "Firstly I want to thank all our fans who came in huge numbers to support the team. You made it a memorable tournament for all of us and we felt the love showered upon the team for which we are very grateful. We are all disappointed and share the same emotions as you. We gave everything we had. Have to accept this and move forward. Jai hind''.
On the professional front, Anushka was last seen in Anand L Rai's project 'Zero' along with Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif.
She is currently on a short break from work. In an interaction with Hindustan Times, she said, "I think I have reached that position and security as an actor in my career, where I don't need to do things or sign films just because I have to fill up time. ''