Pak vs Aus: David Warner entertains Rawalpindi crowd with dance moves, recreates viral Pushpa gesture

David Warner entertained the Rawalpindi crowd with gestures and Pushpa dance moves | Photo: AP/Screenshot

HIGHLIGHTS

  • David Warner entertained the Rawalpindi crowd on day three of the first Test between Pakistan and Australia
  • Warner shook his leg and also recreated Pushpa’s viral move
  • The video went viral on social media the day Virat Kohli also made the same gesture

It seems that the craze and fan following of the hit Telugu film Pushpa: The climb isn’t going to end anytime soon as after the reels and mimicry videos, the movie recreations and moves have entered Test cricket now.

A day after the versatile Team India Ravindra Jadeja made the famous hand gesture of the character Pushpa played by the superstar Allu Arjunafter taking a wicket in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Mohali, former skipper Virat Kohli also attempted the same with his own style.

It wasn’t too long before David WarnerThe video of doing the same was shared on social media. Warner, who was lining up on the outfield, entertained the crowd in Rawalpindi, the venue for the ongoing test between Pakistan and Australia, with his antics.

The stadium was buzzing with chants of ‘Warner, Warner…’ as the 35-year-old southpaw made the movie gesture Pushpa: the ascent, sliding his right hand from side to side under the chin as the crowd rose. However, the veteran Australian fly-half was yet to finish as he shook his leg while on the pitch when a song played in the background inside the stadium.

The videos have since gone viral.

Watch the video here:

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Not just on the court, Warner also shone with the bat, playing a solid 68-point shot as he made a perfect foil for fellow southpaw Usman Khawaja, who flew off for a fabulous 97-point forward to drop just three points. less than a century.

After the first two runs, the duo of Marnus Labuschagne and vice-captain Steve Smith continued the Australian charge. While Labuschagne made 90, Smith scored a patient 78. A former skipper, Smith received good support from the versatile Cameron Green, who also fell short of his target and scored 48 points before falling prey to Nauman Ali.

Before the stumps, the visitors were 27 points behind the Pakistani total as the game is set to end in a draw with just one day remaining.