India skipper Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma returned to Mumbai after Valentine’s Day celebrations in Delhi. The celebrated couple spend their V-Day in New Delhi at the cricketer’s restaurant Nueva. The couple was spotted hands in hand, twining in black at the Mumbai airport. Earlier, Anushka was with Team India during the tour Down Under and has often been spotted at cricketing venues featuring Kohli.Also Read - Appointing MS Dhoni as Mentor Greatest Decision Indian T20 Team Ever Made: Michael Vaughan

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Earlier, pictures of the couple partying in New Delhi surfaced on the internet where Anushka was seen donning a floral outfit, whereas Kohli was looking dapper in his black suit.

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About last night with my valentine ❤️👫. #greatmeal #nueva #loveit @anushkasharma @nueva.world

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The Indian captain has been in ominous form in recent times.

Anushka on her Instagram had shared a few pictures with alpacas. She captioned them, “Love is beyond and above everything. The only thing that’s real . It’s all encompassing and beyond the reach of the mind. Happy Valentine’s day to all.”

Meanwhile, BCCI announced the T20I and the ODI squad for the Australia series and India skipper Virat Kohli makes a comeback to the team after missing a few games in New Zealand.