After the major news, Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma received a sweet note on X from Sachin Tendulkar congratulating them on their baby son, Akaay.

On Tuesday, Anushka Sharma, the wife of former India captain Virat Kohli, and the family announced the arrival of their second child, Akaay. After the significant announcement on social media, cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar greeted the newlyweds in a heartfelt message on X (formerly Twitter).

On their own social media accounts, Kohli and Anushka welcomed Vamika’s “little brother,” Akaay, and asked for privacy for the time being.
“We are happy to announce to everyone that on February 15th, we welcomed our baby boy, Akaay & Vamika’s younger brother, into the world with all of our love and happiness! In this wonderful moment of our lives, we ask for your blessings and well wishes. At this moment, we humbly ask that you respect our privacy. Gratitude and love. It said, “Virat & Anushka,” on Instagram.

Later, Tendulkar, a former cricket player for India, congratulated Kohli and Anushka on their “precious addition” to their lovely family on X.
“Happy birthday to Virat and Anushka! Akaay is a wonderful addition to your lovely family,” he tweeted. May the light of his name brighten every space, and may he bring you boundless happiness and laughter. Cheers to the journeys and experiences you will always treasure. Sweet little champ, welcome to the world!

After getting married in 2017, Kohli and Anushka welcomed Vamika into the world in January 2021.
When Vamika was born, Kohli had taken time off from cricket to be with Anushka, since he was in the middle of an away series in Australia. Following the end of the first Test match of the 2020–21 series in Adelaide, the star batsman for India took a plane back home. Earlier, the pair had made the news of Anushka’s pregnancy public prior to Kohli’s Australian tour; this time, however, they chose to withhold it from the press. Thus, the “personal reason” for Kohli’s absence from the five-match England Test series at home is revealed in his article. He traveled to Hyderabad for the first game and was originally included in the 17-man roster for the first two games before withdrawing with the excuse that “certain personal situations demand his presence and undivided attention.” He was not available for the final three matches against Ben Stokes and his team, even though it was thought that he would return. Since making his Test debut in 2011, this was the first occasion that Kohli had ever missed a home series.

The last time Kohli played for India was during the home T20I series against Afghanistan last month. Kohli is anticipated to play again for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 2024 season. For the batter, the competition will be essential to preparing for the T20 World Cup in June.


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