From remaining tight-lipped to keeping ‘just friends’ stance, they tried it all in the start, but soon their visible chemistry made them accept their relationship status.In November 2014, while playing in a match against Sri Lanka, Virat openly blew a flying kiss towards Anushka, and that said it all.
I have never spoken about my personal relationships.
In fact, I have never spoken about anything to the press.
As per a report in Spotboye, the handsome hunk and one of the most eligible bachelors of Indian cricket and the gorgeous Bollywood actress walked hand in hand on Yuvi and Hazel’s D-day.
The report further stated that the two have been secretly dating since quite some time.
Cricketer Yuvraj Singh and model-turned actress Hazel Keech's wedding has been the talk of the town for quite some time now.
Amidst this, a new relationship seems to be budding between cricketer Zaheer Khan and actress Sagarika Ghatge.While all the eyes were fixed on the power couple of Indian Test captain Virat Kohli and Bollywood diva Anushka Sharma, another couple of a cricketer and a Bollywood actress silently shot into limelight at the function.We are talking about former Indian speedster and Yuvraj’s close friend, Zaheer Khan and actress Sagarika Ghatge, who were the talk of the ceremonies due to their proximity. India’ girl Sagarika left everybody stumped at Yuvraj-Hazel’s Goan wedding celebration.Zaheer Khan announced his engagement to actress Sagarika Ghatge via a tweet on April 24, 2017. India starring Shah Rukh Khan, also posted a picture of the newly-engaged couple and wrote, "Partners for life!The Delhi Daredevils skipper, who has often been photographed with the actress, posted a picture of the two in which Sagarika is sporting her ring, and wrote, "Never laugh at your wife's choices. #engaged." Rumours that Zaheer Khan, 38, and Sagarika Ghatge, 31, were dating began circulating when they were pictured arriving together at Yuvraj Singh's wedding to Hazel Keech last year.You got to sleep early, wake up early, work really hard, and then get really tired by the end of the day. But actually there is a lot of work that goes behind that. For me I enjoy the process as much as I enjoy performing. My generation of India is not my parents’ generation of India. I love finding out how I can use my roots, my traditions but at the same time make it such that people in their 20s would want to watch it. I feel that if you want something which is original, it needs a lot of time. the so-called college life, of having friends, going out to parties at night, getting drunk, doing reckless things...