The batsman was spotted dancing to “Naatu Naatu” during India vs Australia ODIThe catchy dance number “Naatu Naatu” has taken over the world. From people in Southern India to the South Korean singer Jungkook, who is a member of the K-Pop band BTS, everyone can't stop vibing to the song. The latest to catch the “Naatu Naatu” fever is the ex-captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli. Kohli, who frequently recreates popular dance steps on the field, was caught grooving to the “Naatu Naatu” song and performing the iconic hook step during the India's ODI match against Australia on March 17. His subtle movements, in the slips, were instantly recognisable as the step from the Oscar-winning song. The 7-second video clip quickly went viral on the internet, with fans of both cricket and cinema going gaga over it. However, it is not just Kohli who feels the “Naatu Naatu” craze. Recently, Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh also shook their leg to the popular song. The two Indian cricketers stole the limelight with their terrific dance moves at the West End Park International Cricket Stadium in Doha, Qatar. "Naatu Naatu" made history on March 12, becoming the first song from an Indian production to win an Oscar in the 'Best Original Song' category. Composer MM Keeravani and lyricist Chandrabose accepted the award, while their families and the rest of the RRR team cheered them on from the audience.