David Warner recreates Allu Arjun's 'Ramulo Ramulo' dance, gets trolled by his wife

David Warner recreates Allu Arjun’s ‘Ramulo Ramulo’ dance, gets trolled by his wife

David Warner is currently serving isolation in Sydney.

David Warner
David Warner. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Australian opener David Warner is indeed one of the most dangerous batters going around, and even the best of bowling line-ups have become victims of his carnage. However, apart from his batting abilities, the southpaw also has some other skills up his sleeves to entertain his fans. To keep his fans engaged in the off-season, Warner often posts deep-fake videos in which he transforms himself into famous actors.

Warner certainly has a special love for the Indian film industry, and one can visit his social media page to verify the fact. The left-handed batsman has posted many videos in which he has transformed into Prabhas, Dhanush, Hritik Roshan, Ranbir Kapoor and several other Indian actors with a face-swapping app. In his latest Instagram video, the 34-year-old stepped into the shoes of Allu Arjun to perform over his famous song ‘Ramulo Ramula.’

“One post and I get a million requests!! Do we know this?? One of my favourite songs #india #music #telugu @alluarjunonline,” wrote Warner while sharing the video on the picture-sharing website. Notably, the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) opener previously shared some more videos over this song and even earned praises from Allu Arjun.

 

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David Warner gets trolled by his wife

Just like many of his previous deep-fake videos, Warner’s latest post also got flooded with comments. While several praised his antics, many also pulled his leg. In fact, Warner’s wife Candice also decided to troll the star cricketer when she came across the clip. “Are you bored in quarantine?” she wrote in her comment.

Candice Warner
Candice Warner. (Photo Source: Instagram)

For the unversed, Warner is currently serving isolation in a Sydney hotel. As the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 got suspended due to the COVID-19 virus, Warner, alongside the Australian contingent, flew to the Maldives due to a travel ban in Australia. However, the ban is lifted now, and the players and officials can meet their family members after serving a 14-day quarantine period.

Meanwhile, Warner has been picked in Australia’s preliminary squad for the West Indies tour in July. The tour comprises five T20Is and three ODIs, and Warner would be critical to his side’s success. The dasher wasn’t at his IPL 2021, and he would like to get his mojo back.