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David Warner wears ‘Baahubali’ costume; tags Prabhas and ask fans who was better?

Australian opener David Warner has become an internet sensation because of his entertaining videos and funny pictures. Warner has made the most of this forced lockdown by keeping everyone entertained from his home.

In his latest Instagram post, the southpaw can be seen wearing a warrior costume which is somewhat similar to the one which was worn by Telugu actor Prabhas in the movie Baahubali.


“Who’s costume do you prefer? @baahubalimovie #bahubali #prabhas #funny #fun,” Warner captioned the image on Instagram.

“Who’s costume do you prefer? @baahubalimovie #bahubali #prabhas #funny #fun,” David Warner captioned the image on Instagram. Soon after Warner posted the picture, fans flooded the comments section, and one fan even called Warner “Davidbali”.


Soon after Warner posted the picture, fans flooded the comments section, and one fan even called Warner “Davidbali”.

“Your role in Baahubali 3 is sure,” a fan said.

“Real Baahubali of SRH,” another user commented.


A fan wrote even asked Warner about his Devsena, while another Instagram user called his look better than Prabhas.

David Warner awaits the start of IPL 2020

While the coronavirus outbreak has led to the suspension of all cricketing activities, the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) skipper David Warner will be waiting for the resumption of IPL 2020 which was postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic.


Warner has been a part of the Orange Army since 2014, and for the 13th season of the IPL, the Aussie was reinstated as captain. He had earlier led the Sunrisers to 2016 IPL glory as their skipper. The 33-year-old has so far featured in 126 IPL matches, in which he has managed to score a total of 4,706 runs with a phenomenal average of 43.17.

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