Virat Kohli Grooves To 'Oo Antava' Song, Netizens REACT To Cricketer's VIRAL Dance Video Amid His Poor Performance In IPL 2022

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma attended Glenn Maxwell-Vini Raman's wedding bash. Netizens trolled Kohli for his dance moves

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Virat Kohli Grooves To 'Oo Antava' Song, Netizens REACT To Cricketer's VIRAL Dance Video Amid His Poor Performance In IPL 2022
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma recently attended the wedding after-party of cricketer Glenn Maxwell and Vini Raman. Virat looked handsome in black, Anushka stunned in a pink outfit. Several photos of the couple went viral on social media. Several videos of Virat dancing along with his RCB (Royal Challengers Bangalore) teammates are also going viral on the internet.

A video of Kohli matching steps with his teammates is grabbing a lot of attention. Kohli's fans are showering all the love on him. However, some netizens are trolling him.

One of the users wrote, "Virat Kohli aap bas dance hi karo, cricket aap ki bas ki nahi hai." Another one wrote, "Kohli celebrating for playing 10 balls in last game." ALSO READ:Virat Kohli And Anushka Sharma Are 'Too Hot To Handle' In New Pics; Actress Says, 'We Clean Up Well' -PHOTOS INSIDE

 Another video of Virat dancing with his teammates on the song 'Oo Antava' from Allu Arjun and Rashmika mandanna starrer Pushpa has also gone viral. The official Twitter handle of Pushpa also shared the video and tweeted, "#Pushpa #OoAntavaOoOoAntava."

On Thursday, Anushka had shared photos with Kohli from Glenn-Vini's reception bash. She had captioned it, "Wedding function in a bubble! Now I think I've seen and celebrated possibly every function and festival in a bubble! #BubbleLife." The actress' post received a lot of love from fans.

On the work front, Anushka will be seen in Chakda Xpress. She had announced the film in January. The actress had shared a video on Instagram and captioned it, "It is a really special film because it is essentially a story of tremendous sacrifice. Chakda Xpress is inspired by the life and times of former Indian captain Jhulan Goswami and it will be an eye-opener into the world of women's cricket."






Image Source:Instagram/ViratKohli
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