Virat Kohli says he loved Anushka Sharma’s performance in zero. He conjointly loved the entertainment t it brought and enjoyed himself. India skipper Virat Kohli says he loved his wife and actress Anushka Sharma’s performance in her latest film “Zero”, that has received a mixed response from the audience and critics. “Saw ‘Zero’ and loved the amusement it brought. I enjoyed myself. everybody contend their elements well. Loved Anushka Sharma’s performance as a result of I felt it had been a really difficult role and he or she was outstanding,” Kohli tweeted on Sunday. Anushka plays a specially-abled somebody within the Aanand L. Rai directorial that stars Shah Rukh Khan as a dwarf. Apart from Kohli, celebrities like Anurag Kashyap and Swara Bhasker have conjointly shown support to the show that has received flak from some for its “flawed writing” and its last half. “Really extremely liked ‘Zero’. riddance one sequence wherever all the celebrities gather post interval, that disconnected me. No simple resolutions, stretching the imagination… It’s extremely a brave film. It engaged me throughout. I actually feel its the people’s expectations that disappoints them,” Anurag tweeted. Swara, who worked with the director in films like “Raanjhanaa” and “Tanu Weds Manu”, “loved each second of ‘Zero'”. “Aanand, SRK, (writer) Himanshu Sharma redefine what hero and heroine are for Bollywood. The hero a dwarf and a loser (cocky though), and also the heroine on a wheelchair; and also the film refuses to allow us to see them through the prism of their disabilities,” she tweeted. Screenwriter Kanika Dhillon, glorious for films like “Kedarnath” and “Manmarziyaan”, “dedicated” a note to the screenwriters and told them “don’t dwarf your dreams”. She wrote: “I completed ‘Zero’ is maybe one amongst the most effective, bravest and one amongst the foremost vital films of the year.” “Be it the unfinished characters, that refuse to bow right down to their weaknesses, they entertain and endear! Individuals were whistling and approval at the dialogues within the half, and so it takes a leap of faith! It takes the dwarf to Mars! From Meerut to Mars!” She praised Himanshu, a National Award winner, for beginning several new trends in storytelling. She lauded him for not taking part in safe. Youngest Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai was conjointly one amongst people who heaped-up praise on Shah Rukh’s performance in “Zero”.