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David Warner Hilariously Lip-Syncs Bahubali’s Dialogue
By CricShots - May 16, 2020 7:04 pm
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The veteran Australian opener, David Warner took his “guess the movie” game on Instagram to another level on Saturday as he came up with another hilarious TikTok video, which features him in a warrior outfit and his daughter representing the army to recreate a scene from the blockbuster movie ‘Baahubali’.

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David Warner dancing with his family

Warner also mentioned SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in his Instagram post, asking the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise to join the guessing game. His Instagram post was a massive hit among his fans, most of whom guessed the movie right. Here is the video of the same:

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Guess the movie!! @sunrisershyd

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After impressing one and all with his batting skills, Warner is on the verge of becoming a TikTok superstar. The Australian opener is storming TikTok with assorted videos inspired by the various movie industries of India. Earlier, the southpaw put on his dancing shoes and roped in wife Candice and his daughter “back again” to dance on Telugu song ‘Ramuloo Ramulaa’.

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Captioning the video of the same on Instagram, David Warner wrote: “He and she are back again @candywarner1 thoughts?? What’s the song?? #challengeaccepted #next #family #fun.”

dance video and roped in wife Candice and his daughter “back again” to dance on Telugu song ‘Ramuloo Ramulaa’. While the little daughter shook her leg in a free spirit, Warner and his wife looked were looking flawless with their dance moves. David enjoys immense fan following in Hyderabad due to his association with SunRisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

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The coronavirus has brought the world sport to a halt and Warner is killing his free time by making entertaining TikTok videos. Warner led SunRisers Hyderabad to their maiden IPL title in 2016. India is in lockdown until May 17 and the IPL 2020 has been until further notice by the BCCI. Because of the deadly virus, almost 4 lakh people have already lost their lives around the world.