And if it matters – sorry.
Celebrities don’t have a personal life. And time and again, the media has proved this correct. But don’t they? A very private affair which Virat and Anushka decide to make public at their own convenience. And why not? They have all the right to decide what they tell whom.
Today we have promised each other to be bound in love for ever. We are truly blessed to share the news with you.This beautiful day will be made more special with the love and support of our family of fans & well wishers. Thank you for being such an important part of our journey. pic.twitter.com/aobTUwMNAK
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) December 11, 2017
But, this became the breaking news. Fair enough.
And then, each and every way of communication we have today got filled with the details, pictures, and videos of their wedding and their lives.
I loved what Anushka wore for her big day. I loved the location. And that is it. It is no Manyavar commercial advertisement that I would want to watch again and again. The affair is a private affair. It is no political or public affair of national importance that we keep on sharing the results as if we want to bring the attention of the whole nation towards it.
From the wedding location to the trousseau to the invitation cards, people have gone crazy. Trust me, if they would have wanted to share every detail, they would have done it themselves. I don’t know why I am still reading articles on the wedding ring that Virat got or the house that they brought together. And what surprises me the most is that there are Facebook pages and Instagram accounts now who are sharing every picture available from this event. And with this, humanity has touched a new level of stupidity.
For heaven’s sake, we are the largest democracy in the world with its own set of economic and social problems. That is exactly where the focus of the media should lie. Why do we have to overdo things which don’t really matter? The affair is big – for the two people involved. And I am sure that they will make it special for themselves. The media doesn’t have to do anything in that.
So a sincere apology owed? I think yes.