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Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja dance on “Jhoome Jo Pathaan,” Shah Rukh Khan REVEALS who did it better, see here

Virat Kohli – Ravindra Jadeja: The movie Pathaan, featuring Shah Rukh Khan, has been setting records at the box office, and its songs have become a sensation. The dance moves for the song “Jhoome Jo Pathaan” have gone viral online, and even members of the Indian cricket team, including Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja, were seen dancing to the song during the first Test against Australia in Nagpur. A video of their performance has already gone viral.

What did SRK say for Virat and Jadeja?

Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter to praise the cricket players for their dancing skills. He wrote, “They are doing it better than me!! Will have to learn it from Virat And Jadeja!!!” Ever since the first match concluded, the video of both the star cricketers dancing on the track went viral over the social media. During the AskSRK session, a fan asked for the opinion of superstar himself.

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The Australian men’s cricket team arrived in Delhi on Tuesday for the second Test match of the four-match Test series against India in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. The Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi will host the second Test of the series from February 17-21, marking its first Test match since December 2017. With India eyeing their chances to qualify for the World Test Championship Final, while Australia hoping to win the series in the subcontinent.

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India leads the series by 1-0

The first Test saw India take a 1-0 lead after bowling out Australia for 91 in one session after extending their lead to over 200 runs. The Player of the Match was declared as Ravindra Jadeja for his bowling figures of 7-81 and 70 runs with the bat.

The win closed the gap between the two teams in the World Test Championship Standings, with India’s percentage rising to 61.67%, and Australia’s dropping to 70.83%. To ensure they qualify for June’s final at The Oval, Australia needs to avoid a 4-0 whitewash to India, as they are currently leading the ICC World Test Championship standings.

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