Where will Anushka, Virat live..Know all details

New Delhi, Dec 13: Soon after Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli and Bollywood hot actress Anushka Sharma tied the knot in Italy in gala affair, the next big speculation that is doing the round on social media is where the most sought after couple will live. 

According to highly placed sources, Anushka Sharma and Virat will move into a sea-facing posh apartment in Mumbai. Virat will be shifting from the current place New Delhi (his hometown) to Mumbai and the move has been liked by many as it is the bride who changes her residence after marriage and not the groom. But here the opposite is taking place which has only increased the respect of Virat. 

All the details of the Virushka's enthralling new abode have already been shared by Architectural Digest. The couple's new apartment is in Worli, part of Omkar 1973 Towers. The 29-year-old cricketer bought the 7,171-square-foot luxury apartment, which faces the Arabian Sea, in 2016 and it is said to be situated in the most luxurious of the three towers of the complex, reports Architectural Digest.

The Worli high-rise offers state-of-the-art amenities such as an indoor tennis court and a pet clinic. According to the Architectural Digest report, the complex houses "a dedicated spa for pets, fitness and sports facilities, a sky terrace for hosting parties and dedicated areas for kids - including a creche, pool, and play area." Virat and Anushka's apartment apparently also has large verandas that extend off each of the four bedrooms.

Anushka will move out of the apartment in Badrinath Towers in Versova where the actress has been residing with her family.

Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli married in a Tuscan resort on December 11. Their big fat Italian wedding was strictly family and close friends - nobody from the couple's celebrity circles was invited. Their wedding festivities, including a mehendi function and an engagement ceremony, were held over the weekend. For all three days, Anushka and Virat's wedding wardrobes were designed by Sabyasachi.