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David Warner Shares Adorable Video With His Daughter Dancing On A Bollywood Song

  • April 19, 2020
  • by rashmi
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David Warner Shares Adorable Video With His Daughter Dancing On A Bollywood Song

Highlights:

  • David Warner shares a video of him dancing with his daughter Indi on a Bollywood song
  • The video has crossed 17 lakh views and is being loved by netizens

There are many cricket players who love India, and former Australian cricket captain David Warner is one of them however not many ever expected to see him dance on a Bollywood chartbuster song. We would request you to stop whatever you are doing right now and check out his moves because that is exactly what he has shared with the world.

He recently joined the Chinese video sharing platform TikTok and said he has 0 followers on the platform and needed some help so taking matters in his own hands (and legs as well in this case) he danced with his daughter India to the blockbuster Item Number “Sheila Ki Jawani” which featured Katrina Kaif.

Warner shared the snippet of the dance on his Instagram handle and as of now the video has received over 17 lakh views.

Watch The Video Here:

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Indi has asked to also do one for you guys! ?? please help me someone!!!!!! #statue

A post shared by David Warner (@davidwarner31) on

Warner made his entry in the world of TikTok with lip syncing the hit song “Never seen the rain” by the renowned Australian singer and songwriter, Toni Watson who is more commonly knows as “Tones and I”.

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Watch The Video Here:

Warner was set to lead the SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in March which was postponed to April due to a government advisory, however, on Thursday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) postponed the IPL 2020 for an indefinite period of time as the lockdown was extended in the country until 3rd May.

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Rashmi

Rashmi loves sports, especially cricket. Breaking the stereotype, she even played at the college level and aspired to join Indian Women’s team, however, due to commitments to her family she had to drop that. Her work still speaks of the love she has for the game. See full bio

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