On Saturday, Warner, who is an avid social media user, shared a video of himself where he can be seen in Pathaan's avatar
David Warner as Pathaan. Pic- David Warner's Instagram handle
People from around the globe are showering love upon Shah Rukh Khan and his latest release 'Pathaan', including Australian cricketer David Warner.
On Saturday, Warner, who is an avid social media user, shared a video of himself where he can be seen in Pathaan's avatar. Basically, he swapped SRK's face with his own in several scenes from the blockbuster.
"Wow what a film, can you name this?? #legend #icon," Warner captioned the post.
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Warner's Pathaan avatar has left netizens in splits.
"Our David Warner is totally obsessed with India.. Indian Govt please give him Indian citizenship. India also loves Our David Pathan," a social media user commented.
"Hahahha...you are looking so cute as Pathaan," another one wrote.
Warner's love for Indian films is a well-known fact. He keeps sharing videos on Indian songs. He has often taken to social media, making Reels and TikTok videos on various Telugu and Hindi songs and scenes.
Coming back to 'Pathaan', the film has created history at the box office. It has made Rs 313 crore worldwide in just three days.
Siddharth Anand has helmed 'Pathaan', which also stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham in the lead roles. One of the major highlights of the film is superstar Salman Khan's cameo as Tiger.
Dimple Kapadia and Ashutosh Rana also have pivotal roles in the action spy film, which hit the theatres on January 25. The film marked SRK's return to the silver screen after four years. The film landed in several controversies before its release. The film mainly drew criticism for Deepika wearing a saffron bikini in the Besharam Rang song in the film.
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