"they still continue to invade our privacy."
Anushka Sharma angrily slammed the photographer of a media publication who had taken a private picture of the actress with her husband Virat Kohli.
She took to Instagram and stated that the publication was “invading” their privacy.
A picture was taken of the actress and her husband sitting on the terrace of their Versova home.
According to Anushka, she had already told the publication to not invade their privacy. However, the publication did not listen and after the picture was taken, the actress came back with a strongly worded message.
She took to her Instagram Story and shared the picture and revealed that the publication was ETimes. Anushka also wrote:
“Despite requesting the said photographer and the publication, they still continue to invade our privacy. Guys! Stop this right now!”
Anushka is currently pregnant with her first child and is set to give birth sometime in January 2021. She is currently with her family in Mumbai while Virat flew from Australia to be there for the birth.
Anushka has been sharing glimpses of her maternity diaries on Instagram.
She previously posted a picture of herself and her dog resting on the floor. In the caption, she wrote:
“Serial chillers in the house.”
The actress has created a nursery for the new arrival and it has an animal theme. She elaborated on the nursery to Vogue:
“I just want to be prepared. Everything is slower because of the times we are living in and I don’t like to rush things.”
“This time in my life, even more so. I want the nursery to be very calm. It’s the place where you spend the most amount of time, where you are bonding with your baby, so it has to be peaceful.”
Anushka Sharma also thanked all the women who have supported her during her pregnancy.
She added: “When you are expecting, you connect with people you never thought you would.
“Honestly, all the women in my life, not only my close friends, have been so kind, so helpful in reaching out.
“I do have friends who have babies, but they don’t live in Mumbai, so being able to discuss things, the overwhelming emotions, whether I’m behaving normal or hormonal.
“For all those questions, you have to have that circle. I think it’s really underrated, that ‘sisterhood’.”