star Allu Arjun has caught the imagination of one and all with his mind-boggling
acting in the blockbuster movie “Pushpa”. It has already broken all box office
records. Allu Arjun’s ‘Srivalli’ song has become so famous that international
cricketers are also shaking their legs on the song.

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Australia cricketer David Warner, who is renowned for his humorous viral videos featuring Telugu songs did the ‘Pushpa walk’, West Indies legend Dwayne Bravo
has also copied the steps of Allu Arjun’s famous song.

‘Srivalli’ song has become an internet sensation, with people across the
country posting videos copying the dance steps of Allu Arjun. Indian cricketers
like Suryakumar Yadav, Ishaan Kishan, Suresh Raina and Khaleel Ahmed have also
performed on the viral song.

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famous ‘Pushpa walk’ has left Bravo, who is also an armature singer,
awestruck. Bravo could not stop himself from the Pushpa fever. While playing in
Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) for Fortune Barishal, Bravo celebrated a wicket
against Comilla Victorians by doing the ‘Srivalli’ hook step.

picked three wickets in the game that helped his side Fortune Borishal to
restrict Comilla Victoria to 158/7 in 20 overs. Despite the all-rounder’s
brilliant performance with the ball, Fortune Barishal lost the game by 63 runs.

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Tuesday, the West Indies legend had posted a video of himself dancing on
‘Srivalli’ and he even tagged Suresh Raina and David Warner to ask their
opinion on his performance.

wrote, “Going with the trend!! @davidwarner31 @sureshraina3 how did I

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pair of Raina and Warner lauded Bravo for his moves subsequently.
“@djbravo47 well-done bravo,” wrote Suresh Raina in the comments,
while Warner commented, “Haha legend, you’re the man brother.”

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Bravo, who played 40 Tests, 164 ODIs and 91 T20Is for West Indies, had announced his retirement
from international cricket after the T20I World Cup in the UAE last year, but he will be a
part of the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 season.