Relatives too cannot see glimpse of Anushka-Virat’s daughter, security tightened in hospital

Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli are very personal about their newborn daughter. Anushka Sharma, who became a mother on Monday, is currently admitted in the hospital and security has been increased. Even relatives are not allowed to meet Anushka Sharma. The couple, who always kept the media away from their personal lives, has now increased the security of the hospital due to privacy. According to a media report, security has been increased in the hospital in Mumbai where Anushka Sharma has given birth to the baby.

The security protocol is so strict that even relatives are not allowed to meet Anushka Sharma. At the moment, Virat and Anushka are not accepting gifts of any kind and no one is being allowed to meet Anushka. Not only this, visitors to the surrounding rooms are not allowed to have a glimpse of the girl. Let me tell you that Virat and Anushka have appealed to the photographers that they can take their pictures, but do not click the pictures of the daughter. On Monday, Virat Kohli himself reported the birth of the daughter.

Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma appeals to paparazzi, do not click any photo of their daughter

Virat Kohli had written a message on social media, saying, ‘It is a great pleasure to tell both of us that we have a daughter here this afternoon. We are deeply grateful for your love and wishes. Both Anushka and our daughter are perfectly fine and it is our good fortune that we have got the chance to experience this chapter of this life. We know that you will definitely understand that at this time we all need the left privacy. ‘ Earlier Anushka Sharma also said in an interview to a magazine that we will keep our child away from social media.

Not only this, Anushka Sharma also expressed anger at the photographer when she was photographed sitting in the balcony of the house with Virat Kohli. Anushka Sharma, while sharing that picture on her Instagram story, wrote that despite repeated refusal, photographers and publications are constantly interfering in privacy. Now all this should stop.