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Rajendra Prasad Mohapatra

Allu Arjun’s blockbuster movie ‘Pushpa’ has not only broken records at the box office, instead, his viral ‘Srivalli’ song has indeed become so famous that cricketers across the globe are bowled out by it and are also shaking legs on the same.

After Australian aggressive opener David Warner, who is renowned for his humorous viral videos did the ‘Pushpa walk’, Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya and West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo have also copied the steps of Allu Arjun’s famous song. 

The ‘Srivalli’ song has truly been really breaking the internet. Many Indian cricketers like Suryakumar Yadav, Ishaan Kishan, Suresh Raina and Khaleel Ahmed have also performed on the viral song. 

Hardik tried out the famous step and joined a series of cricketers to have recreated the move. Warner and Raina had posted a video while recreating the same dance step a few days back and received a great response from the fans as well as from the actor Allu himself. Hardik in a way of being different from them has tried out the song with his grandmother but managed to work it out with ease.

The famous ‘Pushpa walk’ has become so popular that even international cricketers like Bravo couldn’t stop themselves. Bravo, who is another player renowned for his jolly nature, celebrated a wicket in style in a game of Bangladesh Premier League by doing the Srivalli hook step on the cricket field.

This is however the second occasion when Bravo did the ‘Srivalli’ hook step. Earlier, he had posted a video of himself dancing on ‘Srivalli’ and he even tagged Raina and Warner to ask their opinion on his performance.

“Going with the trend!! @davidwarner31 @sureshraina3 how did I do!!” Bravo wrote.

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

(Edited by Rashmi Ranjan Mohanty)

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