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David Warner's Pushpa Swag Finds A Fan In Allu Arjun

Indian cinema boasts a vast and dedicated fanbase, not only within India but also internationally, among renowned celebrities. Legendary Australian cricketer David Warner is a prominent example, consistently demonstrating his appreciation for Indian films and music. Warner has repeatedly expressed his fervent admiration for Allu Arjun’s Pushpa and his affection for Indian culture, much to […]

Allu Arjun and David Warner
Allu Arjun and David Warner

Indian cinema boasts a vast and dedicated fanbase, not only within India but also internationally, among renowned celebrities. Legendary Australian cricketer David Warner is a prominent example, consistently demonstrating his appreciation for Indian films and music. Warner has repeatedly expressed his fervent admiration for Allu Arjun’s Pushpa and his affection for Indian culture, much to the delight of his Indian fans. Recently, the Australian batsman captivated his audience once more by channeling his inner Pushpa Raj, even going so far as to deliver dialogues in Hindi.

In a latest commercial, Warner is seen giving a fun twist to Allu Arjun’s popular dialogue as he says, “David naam sunn ke tourist samjhe kya, mate? Fire hai mein.” He further went on to do Allu Arjun’s iconic hand gesture.

While admirers were astounded by David Warner’s proficiency in Hindi and his imitation of Pushpa Raj, Telugu luminary Allu Arjun also responded to the advertisement. He remarked on the Instagram post with emojis of laughter, fire, and a thumbs-up, showcasing his amusement and approval.

Earlier, David Warner had also expressed his admiration for the beloved character. Soon after the first song from Pushpa: The Rule released, Warner reacted to Allu Arjun’s Instagram post and wrote, “Oh dear, how good is this. Now I’ve got some work to do Allu Arjun.” To this, the actor, responded, saying that he would love to teach David some steps when they meet.

Notably, David Warner has always been an ardent admirer of *Pushpa*. From bringing Allu Arjun’s iconic “Thaggedele” to the cricket field to perfectly recreating the hook step of “Srivalli,” Warner has repeatedly showcased his love for the film in style. Currently, Warner is representing the Australian cricket team in the ongoing edition of the T20 World Cup 2024, co-hosted by the USA and West Indies. His passion for Indian cinema continues to delight fans both on and off the field.

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