World Cup 2019: Anushka Sharma’s deadpan gaze towards camera is hilarious

first_imgIndia captain Virat Kohli had the fortune of having his ‘lady-luck’ and wife Anushka Sharma present at Headingley during his team’s victory over Sri Lanka on Sunday. As India wrapped up a comprehensive 7-wicket win over their neighbours in Leeds, the Bollywood actress was seen cheering for the Men in Blue while humming to the music being played at the ground.As India restricted Sri Lanka to 264 at the end of 50 overs, Anushka was seen humming to a Bollywood number ‘Taare gin gin’ before she noticed that the camera was focussed upon her. Instantly she shifted her gaze at the camera while looking straight back at it from behind her tilted sunglasses.?? | @AnushkaSharma humming along to Tare Gin Gin and pointing to camera at Headingley Cricket Ground today ?? Sharma FC (@AnushkaSFanCIub) July 6, 2019Anushka’s gaze prompted multiple reactions from Twitter usersAnushka judging you face is so iconic. ???????? (@iperfectlywrong) July 6, 2019Anushka is having fun. #INDvSL (@Most__Ardently) July 6, 2019Rohit Sharma And Anushka Sharma….. ??????Who Did Better? ??#INDvSL #SLvIND #RohitSharma Boies Pilled bell ???? (@Lil_Boies2) July 6, 2019Earlier, Rohit Sharma became the 1st man to hit 5 hundreds in a single World Cup while KL Rahul hit his maiden World Cup century as India defeated Sri Lanka by 7 wickets in their final league match of the 2019 Cricket World Cup at Leeds on Saturday.Chasing 265, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul dominated Sri Lanka’s bowling attack to add 189 for the first wicket off 30.1 overs. The day, once again belonged to Rohit Sharma, who scored his 3rd successive hundred in this World Cup, his 6th in World Cups and his 27th in an illustrious ODI career.advertisementSri Lanka finished with only 3 wins from 9 games and will go back home disappointed. India will move on to the semi-finals which will be played on July 9 and July 11.Also Read | Happy Birthday MS Dhoni: India’s most successful captain turns 38Also See:last_img read more