'Mate are you ok?' - Virat Kohli reacts as David Warner recreates Allu Arjun's Pushpa track

‘Mate are you ok?’ – Virat Kohli reacts as David Warner recreates Allu Arjun’s Pushpa track

Indian skipper Virat Kohli was among many to react to the clip.

David Warner and Virat Kohli
David Warner and Virat Kohli. (Photo Source: Instagram)

David Warner might be busy with his cricket assignments but it doesn’t restrict him from entertaining fans on social media. Post Australia’s emphatic win over England in the 2021-22 Ashes opener, the southpaw took to Instagram and shared yet another morphed video. In his latest antics, the veteran opener has replaced himself with South Indian movie star Allu Arjun in the newly-released track ‘Eyy Bidda Idhi Naa Adda’ from upcoming film Pushpa.

For the unversed, Warner has posted numerous morphed videos in which he steps into the shoes of actors in a song or in a movie scene. Interestingly, the Australian cricketer recreates scenes of Bollywood and Tollywood movies more than English films. He has recreated many songs of Allu Arjun in the past as well. Hence, ‘Eyy Bidda Idhi Naa Adda’ is the latest addition to the list.


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David Warner, Virat Kohli engaged in banter

“Caption this!! #actor #who #lovethis,” read the caption of the post. The comment section got flooded in no time as Warner’s antics went viral once again. India’s Test skipper Virat Kohli also reacted to the clip. “Mate are you ok?” commented Kohli, apparently pulling Warner’s leg. The 34-year-old was quick to respond Virat as he commented:  “@virat.kohli a little sore but I know you mean in my head, never alrigt.”

Virat Kohli and Daid Warner's conversation
Virat Kohli and Daid Warner’s conversation. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Meanwhile, Warner enjoyed an impressive outing in the Ashes opener as he slammed a match-winning 94 at the Gabba in Brisbane. However, during the course of his knock, the 35-year-old was hit on the ribs and didn’t come out to bat in Australia’s second-innings, where they needed to chase a paltry 18. Although the Aussies crossed the line with nine wickets in hand, the big question was whether Warner would be available for the second Test, which gets underway on December 16 at the Adelaide Oval.

Meanwhile, Australian skipper Pat Cummins has said that Warner was available to bat in the second innings but remained out due to precautionary measures. “Davey was available to bat. We just chose not to risk him. When we had 20 to win we couldn’t find him. We looked everywhere in the stadium. I think he will be alright for Adelaide,” said Cummins after the game.