Cricketer David Warner Shakes It To ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’

Even our favourite cricket players are feeling the punch of lockdown which has placed the IPL on hold. Spicing things up, we have David Warner and his daughter performing Katrina Kaif’s hit item number ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ for us.

If things were going as per usual, all of us would have been currently enjoying the IPL. And, while we all miss seeing our favorite players in action, it is important we socially distance ourselves.

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So, as cricket has come to a halt, several players have been spending time cooking and cleaning at home. While few others have been getting haircuts from their better halves. And, just like his peers, Australian cricketer David Warner is making the most of his time during the lockdown by recording videos with his adorable daughter Indi Rae Warner.

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Bit of indoor ISO high speed sprints!! #Bullsdaycare

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Recently, the flamboyant batsman recreated the famous steps of Katrina Kaif’s popular number “Sheila Ki Jawani” along with his daughter, reports News18.

Well, it goes without saying, the father-daughter duo really impressed people with their dance moves. In fact, some desi fans suggested that they could replace the original ‘Sheila’.

So, while IPL 2020 has been suspended temporarily, we sure are enjoying the entertaining posts by players. Did you read this story out of Pakistan where a Pak special advisor warns the nation that the coronavirus can enter from down below click here to read that story.

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