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David Warner hilariously plays the role of Amrendra Bahubali in latest TikTok video

With sporting action all around the world at a standstill due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, many cricketers have been pro-active on Social media. Speaking of cricketers that have made their presence felt on Social Media platforms, Australa opener David Warner has come up with yet another gem.

Warner seems to have some fascination towards Tollywood movies. After successfully enacting the Butta Bomma song of Allu Arjun, and pulling off the famous dialogues of Mahesh Babu’s blockbuster Pokiri of 2006, Warner posted another fun video on Tik Tok where he could be seen enacting a dialogue from Prabhas Superhit south Indian movie Bahubali that was released back in 2015.

Though Warner managed to lip-sync the dialogue in the video which features him in a warrior outfit and his daughter representing the army, he could not figure out which movie the famous lines were from and thus asked his fans to help him out.

The Australian batsman captioned the video and wrote, “Guess the movie!! @sunrisershyd”

The explosive opener seems to have cracked the code beyond the the boredom caused due to the current lockdown. After getting on to the video sharing platform following request from his daughters, Warner has gone on to become one of the most popular celebrities on TikTok.

The fans have been going ballistic over the acting skills of Warner but it’s his fellow cricketers who are having a field day against him everytime he uploads a video.

Recently, David Warner was trolled by his former teammate Mitchell Johnson after he posted a video of him grooving on a hip hop song and captioned the post, “He’s Back Everyone!! Pump up the jam!!”

Reacting to the video, Johnson said, “I would say you’ve officially lost it but not sure you ever had it Bull.”

 

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Guess the movie!! @sunrisershyd

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Warner was appointed the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad in the lead up to IPL 2020. However, the 13th season of the cash-rich league has been suspended until further notice due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.

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