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Virat Kohli met members of Norwegian dance group Quick Style in Mumbai on Tuesday. He was seen grooving to the song Ishq by Stereo Nation with the Quick Style group. The cricketer also shared a picture with the members of the dance crew.
During the shoot, Kohli made a reel with the group. In it, a member of Quick Style picks up a cricket bat, not knowing what to do with it. Dressed in a white T-shirt and black jeans, Kohli enters the scene and does the steps while holding the bat. The dance crew follows them.
Watch the video here:
For the unversed, Norway’s dance crew is famous for quick style dance on Bollywood songs. Quick Style danced to the songs Kala Chashma and Saddi Galli at his own partner’s wedding a few months back. Its video too went viral on social media. After this the popularity of the dance crew has increased vigorously. The dance group keeps uploading dance videos on Indian and Pakistani songs on social media.
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When the former Indian skipper met the dance group, he had also shared a photo with them on social media. It caption read, ‘Guess who I met in Mumbai.’
However, this is not for the first time that Kohli was spotted dancing. Indian players had played Holi fiercely in Ahmedabad before the fourth test. During this, Virat Kohli also danced with Shubman Gill in the team bus. Kohli also did the hook step of Shahrukh Khan’s movie Pathan song in Nagpur in the first Test against Australia.
On the sport front, Virat Kohli played a marathon inning of 186 off 364 balls in the last Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia in Ahmedabad. He batted for 520 minutes and scored the 28th century of his Test career, which came after 1205 days. Including all three formats, Virat has now 75 international centuries.
The last Test between Australia and India was drawn, but India have now reached the final of the WTC Yano World Test Championship. India will compete against Australia on June 7 at The Oval Ground in London, the capital of England.
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