If there are two things making headlines in world of cricket other than batting, bowling and fielding, it has to be the buzz around IPL 2022 mega auction and insane craze of Pushpa among the players. There are many kind of trends around the movie which have gone viral on social media and the cricketers have not shied away from submitting their entries for same.
While the ongoing season of Bangladesh Premier League has been many players celebrating their wickets by performing dance steps of Allu Arjun (from the movie), the others have come up with videos on their social media accounts.
From SKY and Ishan to Hardik Pandya, and David Warner to Dwayne Bravo, many players have dazzled the fans with their moves. However, it seems that we finally have a winner of the trend and he is none other than Virat Kohli.
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The 33-year-old has often been seen dancing on and off the field during the match, as the inner Delhi boy inside him, often gets alive to entertain the people. Well, something very similar happened during the 2nd ODI between India and West Indies on Wednesday.
After Kohli took a brilliant catch to dismiss Odean Smith, he did something hilarious few moments later. While walking, he suddenly unleashed his dance moves, as he seemed to have produced his own version of Pushpa’s famous Srivalli step in Ahmedabad. Instead of a side walk, it was more of a straight walk with his upper body slightly bent, which made it unique, different but hilarious at the same time.
Watch the video here:
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Kohli might have had a quiet outing with the bat on the day India sealed the series (2-0) with a comprehensive win, but he certainly stole the show with his epic dance performance. It was indeed a great sight for fans to see King Kohli smiling and enjoying his time playing for Team India, despite not having the best of series with the bat so far.
But considering the fact that he looks in a good space of mind, a big knock might just be round the corner for India’s talisman. With series in the bag, India will now lock horns with West Indies in 3rd ODI on Friday, which will be a dead rubber.