Anushka Sharma to be by Virat Kohli's side on his birthday

Updated: Nov 07, 2014, 09:39 IST | Sonali Joshi Pitale |

Apparently, Anushka Sharma is likely to join rumoured beau and Indian cricketer Virat Kohli's 26th birthday celebrations in Ahmedabad on Wednesday

Anushka Sharma has apparently gone the distance (literally!) to be with rumoured beau, Virat Kohli on his 26th birthday today. If sources are to be believed, the actress has flown down to Ahmedabad where Team India meets Sri Lanka for their second one dayer on Thursday.

Photos: Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma's night out in Mumbai

Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli at an Indian Super League match. The cricketer co-owns the Goa franchise
Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli at an Indian Super League match. The cricketer co-owns the Goa franchise 

A source says, "Anushka was seen boarding an Ahmedabad-bound flight on Tuesday. She is likely to be by Virat's side as he turns a year older and have dinner with him in the city. The celebrations might come to an end by afternoon as he has to play the match the very next day."

Virat is the stand-in captain of the Indian side for the first three games in the five-match ODI series.

On Anushka's 26th birthday in May, Virat had joined her in Udaipur where she was shooting for her maiden home production, 'NH 10'.

"He had taken a flight to that city as soon as the UAE leg of the Indian Premier League got over. Though they are tightlipped about their relationship, they have been frequently spotted together," adds the source.

The couple was seen coming out of a Bandra restaurant last week. "Anushka has accompanied him during a couple of tours earlier and gels well with some of his colleagues. So, there might be joint celebrations too," says another source. Anushka's spokesperson was unavailable for comment.

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