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WATCH: David Warner Performs ‘Bhangra’ with Family on Tik Tok

WATCH: David Warner Performs ‘Bhangra’ with Family on Tik Tok

David Warner is one of the most active cricket players on social media during the lockdown. The opening batsman has been entertaining his fans by making hilarious Tik Tok videos. Warner has developed a liking for the Tik Tok app. Till now he has made many videos that sometimes feature his wife Candice Warner and daughters Indi Rae and Ivy Mae too. 

David mostly makes videos on Indian songs to please his huge fan base in India. Moreover, he has made Tik Tok videos on many Bollywood and South Film Industry songs like Bala, Sheila ki Jawani, Butta Bomma, and many more. On Saturday, Warner added one more video to the list. He along with his wife and two daughters danced to a fusion song. The highlight of the video was the Warner family trying the traditional dance form of India, Bhangra at the end. 

Tik Tok video of David Warner and family

The Aussie batsman uploaded the video on his Instagram handle with the caption, “TikTok baby woohoo #bhangra #family ⁦@CandyFalzon,” 

Not hosting the IPL will cause losses to BCCI

David Warner was scheduled to lead the IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad this year in the Indian Premier League. However, the cash-rich tournament has been suspended for an indefinite time due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is expected to face huge monetary losses if the IPL is annulled this year. Also, if reports are to be believed, BCCI can lose about Rs. 4000 crores if the tournament doesn’t take place. Many cricket boards across the world are terminating their employees or cutting their salaries to recover from financial losses. BCCI for that matter hasn’t taken any such decision till now. 

Talking about the same, BCCI’s treasurer Arun Dhumal told The New Indian Express, “There has been no pay cut or lay-off as of now. But we have cut costs on other fronts like travel, hospitality, etc,”

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