Cricketer David Warner & Daughter dance to ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’

Australian cricketer David Warner has shown his love for Bollywood along with his daughter as they dance to Katrina Kaif’s ‘Sheila Ki Jawani.’

Cricketer David Warner & Daughter dance to ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ f

“David u better than Katrina ….. and Indi you too cute”

Australian cricketer David Warner and his daughter attempt to copy Katrina Kaif’s dance moves from the hit song ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ from the 2010 film, Tees Maar Khan.

‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ (2010) was a hit song and a party anthem which continues to be played on numerous joyous occasions.

Katrina Kaif’s scintillating dance routine is certainly one of the finest of her career to date.

Warner shared the TikTok video on his Instagram page of himself and his little daughter shaking a leg while stuck indoors during the quarantine. There is no doubt this video is far too adorable to miss.

Taking to Instagram, Warner captioned the video with laughing face emojis followed by, “Somebody please help us!!”

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?? somebody help us please!!

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Many fans took to the comment section to praise Warner and his daughter. _itzssyed_ said: “OML SO CUTTEEE .. u both did better than Katrina.”

Navpreet_kahlon1 said: “David ur amazing” followed by red heart emojis and laughing faces.

Another fan expressed their love for Warner saying, “Haha. That was awesome. You know you would get an honorary Indian citizenship if you applied right? That’s how much people love you here.”

However, in the first video, Warner did not complete the step, therefore, he shared another in which he completed the step.

In the second video, Warner’s daughter Indi can be seen wearing a yellow and pink lehenga with a matching yellow blouse. He captioned it:

“Indi has asked to also do one for you guys! Please help me someone!!!!!! #statue.”

His fans commented showing their love for the dancing duo. One user said:

“David u better than Katrina ….. and Indi you too cute” while another said: “Really awesome sir. All Indian love you.”

Due to all sporting activities being suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, sportsmen are spending more time at home with their loved ones.

Cricketers are trying out different things to help keep themselves and their families active and engaged during COVID-19.

The left-handed batsman also shaved his head to show support to all those working on the frontline in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.

Previously, Warner has played for SunRisers Hyderabad in 2016 as he led his team to victory after defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final.

Warner was also set to lead the side once again in the IPL (Indian Premier League) 2020, which was scheduled to start from March 29, 2020.

However, due to the coronavirus, the IPL has been postponed indefinitely. Meanwhile, Warner is showing off his best Bollywood dance moves!

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