Watch: David Warner And His Wife Surprise Fans By Dancing On Telugu Song
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Watch: David Warner And His Wife Surprise Fans By Dancing On Telugu Song

David Warner, Candice Warner
David Warner, Candice Warner dancing (Credits: Twitter)

David Warner is just making the most of this quarantine period. With no action going on at the moment due to the coronavirus pandemic, cricketers around the world are confined to their homes due to safety reasons. And while most of the cricketers might be getting bored at this point, David Warner seems to be enjoying his time with his family.

The Australia opener has been highly active on social media nowadays. More often than not, the star batsman is coming up with posts on social media platforms to entertain the fans. Recently, he joined TikTok too and already has more than 1 million followers.

David Warner
David Warner (Credits: IPL)

And his followers are only going to increase in the coming days because of his latest post on social media. On Thursday, he gave his millions of fans a pleasant surprise by grooving to popular song Butta Bomma song from Telugu movie Ala Vaikuntapurramloo. Wearing the Sunrisers Hyderabad jersey, David Warner was accompanied by his wife Candice Warner in the video while one of his daughters made a hilarious cameo in it.

He took to Instagram to share the video, writing: “It’s tiktok time #buttabomma get out of your comfort zone people lol @candywarner1.”

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_mINrppW7d/

A few days ago, David Warner and his kids, Indi Rae and Ivy Mae, had also danced to Katrina Kaif’s Sheila Ki Jawani song from Bollywood movie Tees Maar Khan.

If not for the pandemic, David Warner would have been in India right now for the IPL. IPL 2020 was scheduled to start on March 29. But earlier this month, the BCCI suspended the league indefinitely after the Indian government extended the lockdown till May 3. The lockdown is unlikely to be lifted any time soon and thus, the IPL is unlikely to take place this summer.

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