Rashid Khan joins Pushpa bandwagon, imitates famous Allu Arjun hook step with Haris Rauf

Earlier, David Warner, Ravindra Jadeja, Hardik Pandya and a handful of players from the Bangladesh Premier League joined the trend.

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Haris Rauf and Rashid Khan. (Photo Source: Instagram)
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Lahore Qalandars leg-spinner Rashid Khan and pacer Haris Rauf danced on a song from the movie ‘Pushpa’. They are one of the latest celebrities to join the trend of dancing to ‘Srivalli’ song and posting the video of the same on social media. A few days ago, Hardik Pandya posted a video on the same song alongside his maternal grandmother.

In the video posted on the official Instagram account of Khan, both players lost their footwear, and Khan also forgot to wear the sunglasses, which is necessary while shooting the video as seen in the other videos. The video captioned “No glasses but still ok going on with Trend πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Laka Da Mar 🐍 @harisraufofficial.

 

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Lahore Qalandars bounce back against Karachi Kings after losing to Multan Sultans

The 2020 finalist Qalandars beat the Babar Azam-led Karachi Kings by six wickets. Batting first, the Kings posted 170/7, thanks to an aggressive half-century from Sharjeel Khan (60), skipper Babar Azam (41), and Joe Clarke (24).

For the Qalandars, pacer Haris Rauf took three wickets while Shaheen Afridi, Rashid Khan, Zaman Khan and Mohammad Hafeez took one wicket each. In reply, the Men in Red and Black chased down the target with four balls, thanks to Fakhar Zaman (106). Zaman hit 12 fours and four sixes.

In their first game of the tournament, the Shaheen Afridi-led team had lost to defending champions Multan Sultans. Batting first, Lahore posted 206/5, with Fakhar Zaman scoring 76 alongside Kamran Ghulam’s 43 and the finishing touches by Rashid Khan (17*) and David Weise (13*).

Rashid even hit a no-look six which got a lot of attention on social media. In reply, Sultans chased down the target with two balls to spare. Openers Shan Masood (83) and skipper Mohammad Rizwan (69) stitched a partnership of 150 runs to set-up the win for their side. Khusdil Shah’s 18 runs off four balls in the last over against Haris Rauf made sure the defending champions got over the line.

Meanwhile, the Qalandars are placed fourth on the table, while the Kings are placed last after losing all three games so far.