Tuesday June 25, 2019
Home India Virat Kohli b...

Virat Kohli breaks the internet with the sweetest Valentine’s day Message for Anushka Sharma

Virat Kohli takes the internet by storm by posting a sweet selfie with girlfriend Anushka Sharma in a park for Valentine's day with the sweetest message

0
//
Virat Kohli, Instagram

Feb 15, 2017: Virat Kohli took the internet by storm by posting a cute message on social media with his lady love Anushka Sharma on Wednesday with the “power” couple together sitting in a park spending a sweet moment together, captured in a selfie.

The duo is considered one of the strongest couples in India with Kohli leading the Indian cricket team and Anushka one of the leading actresses in Bollywood industry. (Source: Instagram)

The message the Indian skipper posted alongside the selfie read, “Everyday is a valentine day if you want it to be. You make every day seem like one for me.❤❤ @anushkasharma”.

Everyday is a valentine day if you want it to be. You make everyday seem like one for me ❤❤. @anushkasharma

A post shared by Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) on

Virat and Anushka have been spotted together more and more on numerous occasions since their alleged breakup with the batsman becoming vocal of their relationship. But there hasn’t been as concrete a message like the Valentine’s Day message when it comes to their relationship.

Earlier last year, Kohli and Anushka were rumoured to have called it split. But when the social media trolls kept targeting her for Kohli’s good form, Kohli came up with a strong statement on social media.

NewsGram brings to you latest new stories in India.

A few days back, Anushka and Virat were spotted spending time together in Uttarakhand alongside the Bachchan’s and Ambani’s which created rumours of engagement but that was later clarified by the star batsman.

In the current season, Virat Kohli is in incredible form with the bat having already scored four back-to-back double centuries. Meanwhile, Anushka is getting ready for the upcoming release of her movie ‘Phillauri’ that hits theatres on March 24.

Even though the Instagram post has been taken down, the internet cannot get over how sweet it was. The hype that Virat’s post managed to create is not going anywhere anytime soon.

– prepared by Durba Mandal of NewsGram. Twitter: @dubumerang

Next Story

Instagram Testing a New in-app Account Recovery Process

The new recovery process is aimed at letting users recover an account from within the app itself, rather than having to lean on the security team

0
Instagram
Instagram app logo is displayed on a mobile screen in Los Angeles. VOA

To offer more assurance in recovering hacked accounts, Facebook-owned messaging app Instagram is testing a new in-app account recovery process.

To control cases where the hackers alter username and contact data linked to the accounts, Instagram is offering a safeguard which would prevent any username from being claimed for a “period of time” after account changes, whether it is a hack or a voluntary change.

As part of the new test process, for recovery, users are being asked to fill in their personal information such as their original email address or phone number and later send them a six-digit code to the contact information of their choice, Engadget reported on Sunday.

The new method is intended to ensure account recovery even if the hacker alters the username and contact information linked to the account.

With this process, the photo-messaging app also intends to prevent hackers from using email or phone number codes to take over accounts from different devices, the report said.

instagram
With a 1-billion user-base worldwide, the app still does not allow web users to post Stories from the desktop. Pixabay

For now, details on the wider availability of this in-app remains unclear, although the username lockdown has been made available to all Android users now which is being deployed to iOS users as well.

Presently, to recover a hacked account, users have to either wait for a recovery email or fill out a support form, making the process time-consuming.

Also Read- Microsoft Launches Smart Phonetic Keyboards for 10 Indian Languages

The new recovery process is aimed at letting users recover an account from within the app itself, rather than having to lean on the security team.

Instagram’s decision comes two months after its parent company Facebook admitted to have “fixed a security issue” that had been saving passwords of 200-600 million users in plain text and “readable” format since 2012, which were also searchable by over 20,000 of its staff members. (IANS)