India legspinner Yuzvendra Chahal’s choregrapher wife Dhanashree Verma is dancing in between batting and bowling in a latest Instagram video she has shared on her official account recently. The video has gone viral on the social media platform in which Dhanashree invites her fans to post their own moves ahead of the much-awaited India-England day-night Test set to be played in Ahmedabad.Also Read - Virat Kohli and India's Troubles: The Deep Blues of the Retro Jersey

Dhanashree is a professional choreographer and is quite popular on social media. She regularly shares her dance videos on various platforms including one with India middle-order batsman Shreyas Iyer recently which also went viral. Also Read - BCCI Announces Revised Venues For West Indies Series in February

Here’s her latest video. Also Read - Shreyas Iyer, Yuzvendra Chahal, David Warner Expected To Be Top Draws In IPL Mega Auction Next Month

Her video with Iyer also became a fan-favourite where the duo performed the shuffle dance.

Meanwhile, after IPL auction, cricket fans will have their eyes trained on the upcoming third Test between India and England that starts from Wednesday. The series is currently locked at one-all after England won the series opener thanks to captain Joe Root’s incredible double-century while the hosts bounced back on the back of stunning all-round show from Ravichandran Ashwin who scored a memorable century on a challenging pitch aside from picking up eight wickets as well.

The day-night contest gains even more significance from the fact that a defeat in Ahmedabad will end India’s chances of making the final of the ICC World Test Championship set to be played in June at the Lord’s. India must win either 2-1 or 3-1 to set up a date with New Zealand who have already qualified.

However, for England the road is tougher as they have to win the remaining two matches in order to leapfrog India and Australia. Meanwhile, this will be the first international match to be played at the Motera Stadium after it underwent major renovation that made it the largest cricket stadium in the world by capacity.