Yuzvendra Chahal, Team India‘s leg-spinner, posted a video on his Instagram account in which he can be seen lip-syncing to a famous dialogue from the film ‘Pushpa.’ Navdeep Saini and Harpreet Brar joined him.
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All three cricketers were recently auctioned off in Bengaluru at the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 mega auction. While Chahal was sold to the Rajasthan Royals (RR) for Rs 6.50 crore, Saini was acquired by the same club for Rs 2.6 crore. Punjab Kings (PBKS) paid Rs 3.80 crore for left-arm spinner Brar.
Chahal posted a video on his Instagram account on Tuesday in which the three were seen taking turns lip-syncing bits of dialogue from Allu Arjun‘s hit film. The leggie tagged Saini and Brar in his social media post, writing, “Fire hun main.”
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Many other sportsmen from across the world, including Indian cricketers, have created a video based on this famous phrase. Other players named include Australian opener David Warner and Afghanistan’s top bowler Rashid Khan.
Australian cricketer David Warner had posted a reel of him and his daughter Indi mimicking a dialogue from the movie on Instagram. The cricket star can be seen lip-syncing a conversation with his daughter, Indi Rae.
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“Pushpa naam sunkar flower samjhi kya?” Warner captioned the video. Could you please finish this conversation for me? Indi has shown an interest in joining. Please accept my apologies for the poor lip-sync. #pushpa.”
Hardik Pandya had also joined the trend along with his nani. On their terrace, the two were having fun imitating Allu Arjun’s unique ‘Srivalli’ stride.
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Hardik Pandya’s grandmother draws everyone’s attention since she looks to be having as much fun as everyone else. Hardik shared the video on Twitter, tagging Allu Arjun and commenting, “Our very own Pushpa nani.”