Watch: Virat Kohli dances to Oscar winning ‘Naatu Naatu’ song

Former India skipper Virat Kohli took the internet by storm on Friday as he danced to the viral ‘Naatu Naatu’ song while fielding during the India vs Australia first ODI.

In a video that’s doing the rounds on Twitter, he can be seen performing the hook step of the iconic Oscar winning song during the first innings of the game at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. The video was also shared by RRR movie’s Twitter account.

Ever since the video surfaced on social media, fans have been reacting to it. “This is why Virat Kohli is the Greatest player of All Time,” a fan wrote “What footwork,” another tweeted.

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Kohli was dismissed for four runs off nine balls while India chased 189 runs. Meanwhile, KL Rahul scored a fine 75 under pressure to star in India’s five-wicket victory over Australia. India lead the three-match series 1-0.

Chasing the target, India were 16/3 and subsequently 39/4 but Rahul held his nerves during a 91-ball knock that had seven fours and a six. He added 108 for the unbroken sixth wicket stand alongside Ravindra Jadeja (45 not out).

Earlier, India bowled out Australia for 188.

Stand-in skipper Hardik Pandya won the toss and elected to field first and his bowling unit, led by Mohammed Shami (3/17), fired at the Wankhede Stadium to finish off Australia’s innings in just 35.4 overs. Mohammed Siraj also got three wickets.

Opening in place of the injured David Warner, Mitchell Marsh top-scored for Australia with a 65-ball 81, but the rest, including skipper Steve Smith, failed to make any worthwhile contribution.

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