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Virat Kohli reveals how David Warner has been 'after his life' for TikTok video

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 31 May 2020, 14:49 IST

Indian skipper Virat Kohli has opened up about how Australia’s David Warner has been very persistent in trying to convince him to join the TikTok. The Australian opener has become synonymous with the video sharing app during the Covid-19 induced lockdown. With Warner sharing funny videos almost everyday.

During an Instagram live chat with Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, the Indian skipper jocked that Warner has been after his life to make a TikTok video, and said that he has not responded to him yet but he will.

Ravichandran Ashwin and Kohli were talking about changes in the game that will come about because of the coronavirus, when the spinner cut in to say that Warner commented during their live chat.

Virat Kohli, at this point, stated that "he is busy making TikTok videos," as both of them burst into laughter.

"It's hilarious, it's unbelievable," Ashwin responded.

"He's been after my life," Kohli said at this point. "He's been asking me to do one."

"I haven't responded yet, but I will," Kohli added.

Furthermore, Ashwin took the chance to pull Kholi’s leg, saying "I think there is a dinosaur thing on TikTok, you should give it a go."

The spinner was referring to a video posted by Anushka Sharma where the Indian skipper can be seen walking like a dinosaur.

"I think that should become a feature on it now," Kohli added.

David Warner had already invited the Indian skipper to do a duet act with him on the video sharing app.

After the Australian opener shared a TikTok video where he can be witnessed dancing to a hindi dance number, Kohli commented with a series of laughing emojis.

Not missing the chance, Warner responded to him saying ‘You are next bro come on man a duet’

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First published: 31 May 2020, 14:47 IST