Whereas all of the cricket actions throughout the globe proceed to stay at standstill on account of coronavirus pandemic, swashbuckling Australia opener David Warner is continually holding his followers entertained nowadays by sharing footage and movies of him and his household on social media.
From posting movies of baking cake together with his daughters Ivy Mae and Indi Rae to completely lipsyncing the well-known dialogue of Mahesh Babu from Telugu film Pokiri, the 33-year-old former bastman has been on video-sharing spree nowadays amid the pressured break from the sport.
On Saturday, Warner as soon as once more took to his official Instagram account and posted a brand new TikTok video of him shaking legs together with his spouse Candice.
Within the video, the couple might be seen dancing on Mahesh Babu’s superhit track ‘Thoughts Block’ from the film ‘Sarileru Neekevvaru’.
Together with the video, Warner additionally revealed that he and his spouse took 50 makes an attempt to “nearly” ace the dance steps.
“”After 50 makes an attempt and can present a video of the makes an attempt later we nearly bought there. Haha ideas?? #mindblock @urstrulymahesh,” David Warner wrote.
Earlier this week, Warner dressed up like Telugu actor Prabhas from in style film ‘Baahubali’ and posted the image on social media.
“Who’s costume do you like?” Warner had posted on Instagram together with an image of Prabhas too together with him.
Lately, he additionally posted a video of him baking a cake together with his spouse and daughters-Indi Rae and Ivy-Mae.
“Household baking enjoyable with a traditional end #household #enjoyable #SundayFunday @CandyFalzon,” he had written.
In April, Warner made his debut on social networking app TikTok on the request of his five-year-old daughter Ivy-Mae. Since then, he has additionally been sharing these movies on Instagram.
Warner was set to function for Sunrisers Hyderabad within the 2020 version of the Indian Premier League (IPL), which was slated to happen from March 29 to Might 24. Nonetheless, the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) had postponed the T20 profitable match indefinitely in April on account of coronavirus.