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Despite completing a few months already, Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s wedding till date remains the much talked about and the most happening event from last year. Such was the suspense, thrill and excitement around the wedding that people were clueless even on the D-day, wondering if it’s really happening.

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We have to applaud the two for managing to stir their fans’ hearts with their secret wedding at Tuscany in Italy on December 11, away from the buzz hovering around them. However, Italy wasn’t the only talking point of their wedding, neither were the two larger-than-life reception parties the couple hosted in Delhi and Mumbai for their friends and family members.

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Despite having the best of both worlds in attendance, Virat and Anushka or Virushka, were the life of their own party, just how they were the life of every other party they attended together. Virat and Anushka are like live wires, who ignite sparks wherever they go, and just when we thought that we have seen enough already, we got our hands on this video, where the two are seen dancing like there’s no tomorrow. 

After they flaunted their killer dance moves at Sagarika Ghatge and Zaheer Khan’s wedding, there were no doubts that they will set their reception’s dance floor on fire and they did exactly that. So, here’s a throwback video of them grooving at a Punjabi number on the dance floor.

@virat.kohli & @anushkasharma at their Mumbai reception 💗💃� #Virushka #VirushkaReception

A post shared by _virat_18_lovers (@_virat_18_lovers) on Feb 10, 2018 at 9:35am PST

For a couple who got Shah Rukh Khan to dance with them and teach the art of flirting, setting the stage on fire was surely a child’s play, wasn’t it?

After living their fairy tale wedding, the couple is back to their respective jobs. While Virat is smashing hits against the South Africa team in the ongoing India vs SA ODIs; Anushka is all set to stun us all with her stellar performances in upcoming movies ‘Pari’ and ‘Zero’.

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