The shares were picked up at an average price of Rs 280, valuing the transaction at Rs 8.23 billion, the data showed.
The scrips were sold by Baillie Gifford Emerging Markets Fund.
The CBI has launched a preliminary investigation into the Rs 32.5 loan ICICI Bank had extended to Videocon in 2012 and the role of Kochhar's husband.
As per the allegations, Videocon chairman Venugopal Dhoot invested Rs 64 crore in NuPower Renewables, a firm owned by Deepak Kochhar after Videocon secured a loan from a consortium of lenders, including ICICI Bank.
ICICI Bank's stock ended the day on BSE at Rs 280.45, down 0.05 per cent from the previous close.