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Men and women are not equal: Virat Kohli’s message on Women’s Day will win your hearts

Kohli drop a special message for his wife Anushka and every woman out there.



Every year on March 8, the International Women’s Day celebrates the achievements of women, and honours their efforts towards making the world a better place.

Indian skipper Virat Kohli, known for wearing his heart on his sleeves, took to micro-blogging site Twitter to celebrate the day and drop a special message for his wife Anushka Sharma and every woman out there.

“Tag the extraordinary woman in your life who is #BetterThanEqual @Staywrogn @AnushkaSharma ♥️” Virat Kohli wrote on Twitter.


‘Run machine’ Kohli also posted a video message in which he can be seen wearing a t-shirt that read ‘Stay Strong’.

“Men and woman aren’t equal. I really wish we were. Honestly, the fact is, it’s easier to be one than the other. Sexual harassment, discrimination, sexism, domestic abuse and threats of violence…and the list goes on. Despite all of this, women rise and shine in all walks of life. Still think they’re equal? No, they’re better than equal. To all the woman all around the world, I wish you all a very happy Women’s Day,” Virat Kohli said.

Earlier, Virat Kohli had showered praise on his actor wife Anushka Sharma’s work in her latest release “Pari”. He has vouched for it as her best work.

“Watched ‘Pari’ last night. Has to be my Wife’s best work ever! One of the best films I’ve seen in a long time. Got quite scared, but so very proud of you Anushka Sharma,” Kohli tweeted on Friday.

Directed by debutant Prosit Roy, the horror film is jointly produced by Anushka’s Clean Slate Films and KriArj Entertainment.

This is Anushka’s third project as a producer after “NH10” and “Phillauri”. “Pari”, which released on Friday, also stars Bengali actor Parambrata Chatterjee.