Shah Rukh Khan reacts after Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja dance to his latest movie song 'Jhoome Jo Pathaan'


The popular Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan who is also recognised as the King of Khans has responded to Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja who danced in the 1st Test against Australia on his latest movie song 'Jhoome Jo Pathaan'.

Both the cricketers were caught having a fun time during the break as they were seen dancing to the latest movie song of Shah Rukh Khan. Besides, talking about the game, India won the opening Test against Australia at Nagpur by a margin of 132 runs.

It was a horrible game for Australia as they have been bowled out by the Indian bowlers for 177 and 91 runs in the first and second innings of the game.

Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin went through the Australian batting order as they both picked 5 wicket-haul in the game. With the bat, Rohit Sharma played the captain's knock, smashing 120 runs with the help of 15 boundaries and 2 sixes.

Very important at the start of the series: Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma - Ind vs Aus

Defeating Australia, Rohit Sharma shared a lot during the post-match presentation, saying, "Very important at the start of the series. Happy that I could put the performance for the team.

Was unfortunate that I had to miss few Tests because of injuries but I'm happy to be back. Since I was appointed Test captain, have played just two Tests. Got Covid in England, missed South Africa, got a freak injury against Bangladesh.

Was ready for this one. The last few years, the kind of pitches we are playing in India, you need to have application and some sort of plan to score runs," Was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.

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"I've grown up playing a lot in Mumbai on surfaces that turns a lot. You need to be slightly unorthodox as well, use your feet. Need to put pressure on bowlers as well by doing something different. And that different could be whatever suits you - using your feet, sweeping, reverse-sweeping.

It was the first two overs from the seamers. 2/2 - starting a game like that, you're in the ascendancy. Opposition is under pressure from there. We know we have quality in our spin department. But the seamers can be threatening as well on a pitch like that," he added.

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