Australia opener David Warner took to Instagram to share a video of two of his daughters dancing to the hit song “Bala” from the Akshay Kumar-starred Housefull 4. “When your daughters want to do their own Bala dance,” Warner captioned the video on the social media site.
The video, featuring his oldest daughters Indi Rae and Ivy Mae, has got over a million views so far. Warner had shared a video in May where he himself performed Akshay Kumar’s steps from the song. “I think I’ve got you covered,” he had written, tagging the Bollywood superstar.
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The Warner family is by all accounts very partial to the melody, with the left-gave batsman sharing another video in June where his two most established little girls are seen moving alongside him to the tune.
Warner has spent most of the coronavirus-authorized lockdown making a progression of diverting recordings.
Warner’s move video on the Bollywood hit tune “Sheila ki Jawaani” with his girl Indi turned into a hit among his fans and from that point forward the left-gave batsman has been sharing video strictly, in spite of getting trolled from his partners.
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Not very long back Warner’s previous partner Mitchell Johnson had mercilessly trolled him in the wake of watching one of his numerous recordings.
“I would say you’ve officially lost it but not sure you ever had it Bull,” Johnson had commented on a video Warner had shared on Instagram.