[Geo Super] Asim Azhar teaches dance steps to Hasan Ali: video goes viral
- Asim Azhar teaches dance steps to Hasan Ali: video goes viral
Asim Azhar teaches dance steps to Hasan Ali: video goes viral
Pakistani singer Asim Azhar has taught some dance steps to pacer Hasan Ali and the video of it has gone viral on the internet.
The video clip was recorded during the launch of official anthem of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 called Tayyar Hain.
The song featuring Ali Azmat, Arif Lohar, Haroon Rashid and Asim Azhar celebrates the homecoming of the T20 league.
The event was also attended by Pakistan cricketers.
Later, the singer took to Instagram and shared the video of him teaching dance steps to Hassan in her story.
He tagged the cricketer with a laughing emoji. The video is making rounds on the internet and has garnered thousands of hearts.
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