Rohit Sharma's Naagin Dance Video Goes Viral

Indian batsman Shreyas Iyer has been a part of the discussions by scoring a century in his debut Test against New Zealand. He is currently being praised on social media. Shreyas Iyer is getting quite famous for another job on social media these days. Amidst all this, a video of Iyer with Indian T20 captain Rohit Sharma and pacer Shardul Thakur is going viral in which the three cricketers are seen dancing naagin in the hotel room. You can see all the three players dancing to a Bollywood song in this video.


A post shared by Rohit Sharma (@rohitsharma45)

Rohit Sharma and Shardul Thakur, who are standing behind Shreyas Iyer in the video, are following the dance steps they have performed. The trio has given a tremendous performance together in their dance which is being loved by fans. You can see this video shared by Rohit on his Instagram. The video is being loved a lot on social media. The rapport between the three players in this video is amazing and the three players have a great bang on the same song. You know rohit sharma had earlier done dance steps with Yuzvendra Chahal once on a song whose video also went viral.

Let me also tell you that Rohit has been rested from the first Test of the ongoing two-match Test series against New Zealand while Iyer has scored a century in his debut Test. In fact, he scored his century on the second day of the first Test at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur last Friday. Iyer hit a century of 105 off 171 balls with the help of 12 fours and two sixes. Let me tell you that he has become the 16th indian batsman to score a century in his debut Test.

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