Yuvraj Singh, Yuzvendra Chahal react hilariously after AB de Villiers takes ‘Swag Step’ challenge

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AB de Villiers, Yuvraj Singh, Yuzvendra Chahal

Former South Africa international AB de Villiers showed his dance moves on Pepsi India’s latest song ‘Swag Se Solo’. The Proteas star took the #SwagStepChallenge and shared the video on his Instagram account.

In the video, De Villiers spread awareness about social distancing in public amid coronavirus pandemic. The lyrics of the song makes people conscious of not getting into contact with anyone and use their own unique way to greet each other instead of shaking hands.

“Aaj kal salaam namaste karne mein hi swag hai,” ABD captioned his Instagram video.

De Villiers former Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) teammate Yuvraj Singh and present teammate Yuzvendra Chahal took this opportunity to pull the former’s leg. Both Yuvi and Chahal are pretty active on social media during the ongoing forced-lockdown in the country.

Yuvraj reacted to ABD’s video by commenting “Hahahahaha nice moves! Ab” while Chahal wrote “What a swag sir”.

The South African was quick to respond to these comments. He wrote “hey! Behave yourself!” under Chahal’s comment to funnily criticize him for his childish behaviour on social media.

Yuvraj, Chahal Instagram comment

AB de Villiers’ return to international cricket in doubt

AB de Villiers, who hanged up his boots from international cricket just after the 2018 IPL was set to return to the Proteas squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia. But the coronavirus outbreak has halted his plans, and his much-awaited return to the international cricket remains in doubt.

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