Watch | Virat-Anushka’s daughter Vamika’s face revealed for first time, fans call her ‘Choti Virat’

During the 3rd ODI between India and South Africa, the official broadcaster of the match panned the camera to the stands where Anushka Sharma was seen standing with her daughter Vamika to cheer her husband Virat after his half-century. The camera panned on them for about ten seconds, giving a clear-cut view of Vamika’s face for the first time.

After a long period of anticipation, On Sunday, 23 January, the face of Vamika- the daughter of celebrity couple Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma- was revealed by the broadcaster of the ongoing India-South Africa series. It didn’t take long for the video to go viral on the internet and fans go crazy over it.

During the 3rd ODI between India and South Africa, the official broadcaster of the match panned the camera to the stands where Anushka Sharma was seen standing with her daughter Vamika to cheer her husband Virat after his half-century. The camera panned on them for about ten seconds, giving a clear-cut view of Vamika’s face for the first time.

After that many fans and pages, recorded that particular cut and posted on their social media handle. Netizens who were eagerly waiting to get a glimpse of the star couple's daughter have taken the screenshots and circulated the pictures all over social media. "Junior kohli," "She is carbon copy of her father," "Omg so cuteee," "The best part of the match today;" fans have been tweeting since the reveal.
 

The couple has never revealed the face of their baby on social media, and has even strictly asked paparazzi to not click her pictures since they want to maintain the privacy of their child. Despite all this, a broadcaster revealed the video of Anushka holding her daughter in her arms while cheering for Virat from the VIP lounge at the stadium.
 

While many fans are sharing the pictures online, some fans of the couple got furious and called it the breach of privacy.


Talking about the incident, Anushka said she was caught off guard and did not know that the camera was on her and Vamika. The actress-producer took to her Instagram, where she shared the statement, saying: "Hi guys! We realise that our daughter's images were captured at the stadium yesterday and widely shared thereafter. We want to inform everyone that we were caught off guard and didn't know that the camera was on us.