Anushka Sharma to make her first public appearance since son’s birth at IPL 2024? Here’s what we know 

Anushka Sharma is expected to return to the IPL 2024 stands later this season to offer her support for Virat Kohli and RCB, according to reports.

Anushka Sharma was missing from the Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bengaluru (CSK vs RCB) match on Friday, March 22. The match also served as the first game of the IPL 2024 season.

The actress had her son, Akaay Kohli, last month, therefore it is predictable that Anushka is spending more time at home with her children. According to a recent source, Anushka could make her first appearance after her son’s birth during an RCB match.


According to sources, Anushka could attend an RCB match in the second part of IPL 2024. “Anushka might plan to come back to India during IPL matches. Akaay is almost one and a half months old and the newborns are mostly allowed to travel in fight after a month of the birth. Akaay was born on February 15 and is currently in London along with his mom and sister Vamika Kohli. Anushka who has been the strongest supporter of Virat may appear in one of the IPL matches to cheer him, as till date it has never happened in the history that Anushka hasn’t attended any matches of hubby Virat. So naturally even this time you will see her,” the insider told BollywoodLife.

Anushka has kept her second pregnancy under wraps. Despite the fact that fans observed her with a baby belly during the World Cup 2023 series, she chose not to comment on the speculations. She eventually confirmed that she had a baby boy with Virat Kohli in February.

She released a statement at the time, announcing the wonderful news. “With abundant happiness and our hearts full of love, we are pleased to inform everyone that on 15th February, we welcomed our baby boy Akaay and Vamika’s little brother into this world!” Anushka and Virat have announced. “We seek your blessings and good wishes in this beautiful time in our lives. We request you to kindly respect our privacy at this time,” they added.