Anushka Sharma Reaches Ahmedabad Airport Amid Pregnancy Rumors To Witness High-Voltage India-Pakistan Clash

Bollywood actress and Virat Kohli’s wife, Anushka Sharma, was seen at Ahmedabad airport. She has reached the city to witness much anticipated and significant match of the 2023 World Cup. With India and Pakistan gearing up for a showdown at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Anushka Sharma arrived in the city. She was surrounded by security as fans sought selfies with her. Notably, she shared her flight with cricket legends Sachin Tendulkar and Dinesh Karthik.

Star-Studded World Cup Clash

Over 130,000 spectators are expected to witness the high-voltage clash between India and Pakistan, with prominent celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan and Rajnikanth in attendance. These iconic personalities secured golden tickets to the event, just like former Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar.

While India enters as the firm favorite, underestimating Pakistan would be a grave mistake. Similar to the Men in Blue, Pakistan, led by Babar Azam, is riding high with two consecutive wins in their first two matches. Despite Babar’s early dismissal against Sri Lanka, Pakistan achieved a record-breaking run-chase by successfully chasing down 345 with six wickets to spare.

Rohit Sharma’s Perspective

Team India’s captain, Rohit Sharma, dismissed any pressure associated with playing in front of a home crowd, emphasizing that it’s not a disadvantage. He views the support of the home crowd as a significant advantage. He stated, “You feel nice about playing in front of your home crowd. They get behind you no matter what the situation of the game is. My overall experience playing, not just in India, even outside India, we get massive support.”

Rohit acknowledged the importance of crowd support but emphasized that the ultimate determinant of success is playing good cricket. He emphasized that they must perform well to secure victory.

India maintains an unbeaten record against Pakistan in World Cup encounters, extending back to 1992.

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