Cricketer David Warner recreates Allu Arjun’s moves from Pushpa song, fans listen to Sami Sami video with wife

Australian cricketer David Warner has already established himself as a Telugu film fan. The cricketer continues to share videos of lip smacking or dancing to Telugu movie songs. In his latest video, David can be seen recreating Allu Arjun’s beats from the actor’s latest hit Pushpa: The Rise song Srivalli.

In the video that David shared on his Instagram reels, he can be seen wearing sunglasses and Pushpa signing on the side of Srivalli. He also reprized the part of the song where Allu Arjun loses his sandals and dances again. Many laughing emojis and “Pushpa, what’s next?” David shared a video with the caption:

David promised fans that he would do a reel of the Pushpa song earlier this month and that he would release it after the Ashes (Australia’s Test series against England). Now, with the series over, David has made his promise better.

Allu Arjun responded to the video by posting several laughs, thumbs up and fire emojis in the comments section of the video. Fans praised the cricketer’s latest venture for entertainment and many called him ‘Pushpa Warner’. “Guru ji, you are the best version,” said one fan. Another demanded, “Come to Tollywood and make a film, sir.” Many from O Antawa to Sami Sami had suggestions for future reels. Some have demanded that Sami do a reel on Sami with his wife Candice, who has previously been featured in his videos. Read a comment, “Now Sami Sami has a wife, sir.”

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When David played for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League, he developed an interest in Indian cinema – especially in Telugu films. He has created more fans among non-cricket fans through his videos.

In June last year, the 35-year-old cricketer opened up about the reason behind sharing these funny videos on social media. David told India Today, “We need to think outside. For me, it was about putting a smile on people’s faces. My family and I were able to do that through Dictok, Twitter and Instagram.

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