copyrightDavid Warner And Wife Candice Dance Video On Allu Arjun Telugu Song Ramuloo Ramulaa
David Warner created Allu Arjun's song with wife, fans were impressed by watching dance VIDEO
Australian opener David Warner has now become the new Tik Tok sensation. Warner's Ticketcock videos are also gaining popularity among Indian fans. The main reason for this is that Warner is making his videos by dancing to Bollywood and Tollywood songs. David Warner has once again danced to Allu Arjun's Telugu song 'Ramuloo Ramulaa'. Earlier also, Warner danced on Allu Arjun's 'Butta Boma', after which the actor also praised the batsman. Now fans have been giving their reactions to Warner's dance from once.
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David Warner has done a great dance in his new Tiktok video, Allu Arjun's Telugu song 'Ramulu Ramula'. In this video, Warner's wife Candice and daughter are also seen. Warner Allu is doing a great imitation of Arjun's dance. Fans are very impressed with this dance of Warner and are saying that they should join Tollywood.
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While sharing this video from the official Instagram, Warner has written - Candy Warner is thinking that she is back? What is the song? In this video, Warner's daughter is also dancing openly. Warner and his wife Candice have a great dance.
Let us know that David Warner plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL. He has considerable popularity in Hyderabad. In such a situation, the fans are very fond of his dance on Tamil and Telugu songs. Had the conditions been normal, David Warner would have been playing in the IPL at this time, but the tournament has been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus.
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