Australian cricketer David Warner has shared a video of his three daughters – Isla Rose, Ivy May and Indy May – dancing to the Sami Sami song on Pushpa: The Rise. “Mommy and Daddy wanted the girls to try the Sami Sami song before #Pushpa @ candywarner1” he captioned on his Instagram post.
The video received a stamp of approval from Allu Arjun himself. “Sue Qty,” he commented, with laughter and heart emojis. David’s wife, Candace Warner, shouted, “Ladies, go!” Wrote.
Fans also praised the performance. “Look at Islam – her moves are happening,” one wrote, while another said all three were ‘better than Rashmika Mandana’. “I think your whole family should come to Tollywood and settle here. Tollywood is losing such a talented family, ”an Instagram user joked. Many have also sent out requests for the song, including Warners to watch the next dance, including O Andawa and Country.
Earlier, David recreated Allu Arjun’s moves in the Srivalli song Pushpa: The Rise. The actor responded to this post with laughter, thumbs-up and fire emojis.
Pushpa: The Rise, written and directed by Sukumar, refers to the journey of the protagonist (played by Allu Arjun) from a mercenary to controlling a red sandalwood smuggling gang. The film, starring Rashmika, was the highest grossing Indian film of 2021 and was a resounding success in the northern regions as well. Pushpa is working on a sequel titled: The Rule.
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Allu Arjun told PTI that he has approached himself to make his debut in Bollywood. “I got an offer, but nothing definite or exciting. I hope it happens (soon). It takes courage, you have to take the risk (to work in another field),” he said, adding that he would only act in lead roles in Hindi films. I am not interested in anything else. ‘