Allu Arjun reacts to David Warner’s dance with wife Candice on “Butta Bomma” song

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Amid lockdown, cricketers all around the world are engaging in diverse activities on several social media platforms to entertain their fans. Some are participating in fun chat sessions, while some are showing their completely different avatar. In the process, Australian opener David Warner, who is often seen making cool TikTok videos with his family, once again came up with an entertaining video which impressed many fans, including Telugu film industry superstar Allu Arjun.


On Thursday, Warner shared another TikTok in which the explosive batsman and his wife Candice can be seen dancing on a hit Telugu song ‘Butta Bomma’. Warner also requested his fans and followers to come out of their comfort zones amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

Both Warner and his wife showed some remarkable steps while dancing on the song. Warner’s daughter was also seen in the video behind the couple enjoying the beats. The song ‘Butta Bomma’ is a popular track from a Telugu movie ‘Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo’ featuring star actors Arjun and Pooja Hegde.


“It’s TikTok time buttabomma get out of your comfort zone people lol Candice Warner,” the Sunrisers Hyderabad skipper captioned the video on Instagram.

As soon as Warner posted the video on Instagram, it went viral. Actor Arjun reacted to Warner’s video and hailed the Aussie star for showing the dance moves on his song ‘Butta Bomma’.


“Thank you very much. Really Appreciate it,” Arjun wrote on Twitter.

The Australian southpaw also responded to Arjun’s appreciation message and thanked the Telugu star for the beautiful song.

“Thank you sir amazing song @alluarjun,” Warner replied to Arjun on Twitter.



Warner was supposed to join his Indian Premier League (IPL) side SRH, but due to Coronavirus pandemic, the BCCI was forced to postpone the 13th season of the lucrative league for an indefinite time.

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