Anushka Sharma in her interview with Filmfare opens up about her marriage to Virat Kohli

Anushka Sharma in her recent interview with Filmfare opened up about her marriage to Indian skipper Virat Kohli. Check out what she had to say

Anushka Sharma in her interview with Filmfare opens up about her marriage to Virat Kohli Anushka Sharma in her interview with Filmfare opens up about her marriage to Virat Kohli

Anushka Sharma who was last seen in Sui Dhaga alongside Varun Dhawan is currently seen producing content and is also seen beside husband Virat Kohli's side like a rock during his recent Cricket World Cup. And though wives of players weren't allowed to be with their partners throughout the tour, Anushka and Virat however managed to sneak in some quality time in between matches. From the pictures making rounds on social media, the two looked so relaxed and happy. And Anushka's recent interview with Filmfare, she spoke about marriage to Indian skipper Virat Kohli.

Anushka spoke about her decision to get married while she was still in her 20s, which by many female actors is considered early in Bollywood. And talking about her dreamy hush-hush wedding that took play in 2017 in Italy, she said, "Our audience is way more evolved than our industry is. Audiences are just interested in seeing actors on screen. They don't care about your personal lives, whether you're married or whether you're a mother. We need to get out of this headspace. I got married at 29, supposedly young for an actress. But I did it because I was in love. And I am in love."

Talking about the gender roles in Bollywood Anushka said, "Marriage was a natural progression. I've always stood for women being treated equally. So, I wouldn't want to experience the most beautiful moment of my life with fear in mind. If a man doesn't think twice before getting married and continues to work, then why should a woman think about it? I'm happy that more actresses have got married. People in love are going out there and expressing it. It's so beautiful to see happy couples together."