Next stop, Bollywood? David Warner recreates the famous clip of himself dancing to a hit song by the popular Indian performer, which made him a social media sensation in cricket-mad India
Australian cricketer David Warner, 35, has sent fans spinning by releasing a video of himself dancing Bollywood-style to hear popular Indian artist Armaan Malik’s hit ‘Butta Bomma’.
David earned millions of TikTok followers in India when he posted another version of him dancing to the song which featured his wife Candice in February 2020.
“Butta Bomma” in Telugu language means “wicker doll” in English.
Australian cricketer David Warner, 35, has sent fans spinning by releasing a video of himself dancing Bollywood-style to hear popular Indian artist Armaan Malik’s hit ‘Butta Bomma’. He is seen here dancing with one of his daughters in another social media clip
Warner uploaded the video to his Instagram account on Sunday, writing alongside it, “Another one of my favorites. Did you prefer this one or the original? Candice and I are dancing!! #buttaboma’
In the video, Warner can be seen dressed as Malik, complete with his signature mullet and close-cropped beard.
He wears an open white shirt with black leather pants while sitting and moving in another with a black and white floral shirt.
Warner also poses in front of a mirror with a blue scarf and is later seen stamping his feet in sync with the backup dancers.
“Butta Bomma” is a hit song by popular Indian artist Armaan Malik
Many of Warner’s TikTok videos have had millions of views. He has 4.8 million followers on the social media app, many of them from India.
In April, he lit up the IPL when he was caught dancing to the song “Srivalli” while playing for the Delhi Capitals in their game against Kolkata Knight Riders at Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai, taking crowd requests against when he stood at the border .
David is married to Candice, 37, a retired Australian professional iron lady and surf lifesaver. The couple have three daughters, Ivy Mae, six, Indi Rae, five, and Isla Rose, three, who regularly join him in producing family Bollywood videos.
Warner is equally popular in Pakistan.
He caused a stir among Pakistani fans when he made several outfield dances during the Pakistan-Australia test at Rawlpindi in March.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11156045/David-Warner-recreates-famous-TikTok-clip-dancing-Bollywood-style.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 David Warner recreates his famous TikTok clip of him dancing Bollywood style