David Warner is setting TikTok on fire with his latest Lip Sync Video!

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David Warner dressed in his SRH gear with a bat in hand & lip-syncs the famous dialogue from Mahesh Babu Movie. He delivered the dialogue with full enthusiasm & asked his fans to guess the movie name.

David Warner has kept his fans entertained & engaged in this lockdown with his funny videos. Warner has a massive fan following in Hyderabad as he is an integral part of SunRisers Hyderabad franchise(SRH) in IPL. To impress his south-line fans he posted a TikTok video on his Instagram account making his fans go gaga over him. In the video, David has seen lip-syncing a famous Telugu movie dialogue from a 2006 super hit action-thriller ‘Pokiri’ starring Mahesh Babu. David Warner dressed in his SRH gear with a bat in hand, delivered the dialogue enthusiastically. However, he didn’t know from which movie the dialogue was from & asked his fans to help him in guessing the movie. “Guess the movie?? I tried everyone Good Luck #tollywood #requested #helpme”, Warner captioned his lip-syncing video.

Like the previous videos, Warner’s latest video is very much liked by his fans. His video became an instant hit by gathering over three lakh views in less than an hour. Earlier he has also shared a video where he along with his wife was seen dancing to a Tamil song. While Warner is not so good with his dancing moves and is reflected through his TikTok videos, no one can deny his creativity in those videos.

Warner is very much active on the popular video-sharing platform and he always looks for innovative ideas to entertain his fans and so far he has achieved his goal.  The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the whole world along with all major sporting events come to a standstill & looking at the current situation it is very difficult to predict the return of sports in the coming days.

Recently Warner has interacted with Indian Opener batsman Rohit Sharma in an Instagram live chat where he expressed his doubts over the fate of the T20 World Cup. According to him the T20 World Cup which is scheduled to be held in Australia from October 18 to November 15 would be postponed this year looking at the crisis situation.