In Pic: Anushka Sharma shares unseen photo holding Virat Kohli’s hand while posing with Sunil Chhetri, his wife

As India football captain Sunil Chhetri celebrates his 37th birthday on Tuesday, Bollywood diva Anushka Sharma and Men in Blue skipper and her husband Virat Kohli extended greetings. 

Alongside an unseen photo with Sunil Chhetri and his wife Sonam Bhattacharya, Anushka, who is seen all glammed up in a black lacy top and matching bottoms comfortably seated with husband Virat Kohli while holding his hand, wrote, “Happy birthday Sunil! May you continue to be the inspiration that you are.”

Take a look at the photo here:

Earlier, Virat Kohli wished Sunil Chhetri on his special day saying he will be forever grateful for the friendship he shares with the Blue Tigers star.

“Happy Birthday skip. I hope you have a blessed day like every other day in your life & I always wish you the best. I’m grateful for our friendship that’s been formed very organically and contrary to belief, we`ve majorly connected on Delhi street food memories,” tweeted Kohli.

All India Football Federation (AIFF) President Praful Patel also sent birthday wishes to Chhetri, saying: “Football is a game of dreams & passion, and you are its hero! Happy birthday to the icon of the Indian Football @chetrisunil11. May all your dreams come true. Wishing you the best always.”

Chhetri made his debut for the Blue Tigers 16 years ago on June 12, 2005, at the age of 20 against Pakistan.

The striker went on to score on his international debut and through his strike, Blue Tigers held the hosts Pakistan to a 1-1 draw.

Chhetri is India’s highest goalscorer in international football (74) and he has also made the most international appearances (117).

He is currently the fourth-highest active international goalscorer in the world after Cristiano Ronaldo (109), Lionel Messi (76), and UAE’s Ali Mabkhout (76). He has also registered the most number of hat-tricks in international football (3) and he is the highest Indian goalscorer in I-League and the Indian Super League (ISL).

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