Former India cricket captain MS Dhoni has once again captured the attention of his fans, this time for his brand new look. The pictures of Dhoni have gone viral, where he can be seen posing with an uber-cool faux-hawk cut along with the razor-sharp beard styled by celebrity stylist Aalim Hakim.
On Friday, Hakim took to Instagram to share a series of Dhoni’s pictures where the captain cool can be seen flaunting his new makeover. He captioned the photos as, “Legend Dhoni..Sports A Dashing Look…Thoroughly enjoyed doing this haircut & beard for our legend @mahi7781.
Dhoni has been transformed into yet another attractive super-look with fans going gaga over him. Hairstylist Hakim is known for giving fresh new looks to a number of Bollywood celebrities like Arjun Kapoor, Ajay Devgn, Varun Dhawan, and Arjun Rampal. He has also styled cricket icons like Yuzvendra Singh Chahal.
This is not the first time, Dhoni has undergone a makeover. In fact, the global cricket icon is also recognized for experimenting with his looks. From his long locks look at the start of his career to his bald look after he lead India to victory in the 2011 World Cup, he literally pulled off all looks with poise.
Dhoni may be done with international cricket, however, he has not stopped capturing the attention of his billion Indian fans. Earlier too, the pictures from his holiday in Himachal with his family friends were widely shared on the social media platform.
Dhoni will be seen in action next for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) when they take on the Mumbai Indians in the upcoming 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL). Owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, the IPL was postponed halfway through its group stage, it will now resume from September 19 in the UAE.
Meanwhile, Dhoni had retired from international cricket on August 15, 2020. He was last seen in action in the semi-final of the 2019 World Cup against New Zealand in July 2019. The cricketer is credited with being the only captain to have won all three ICC trophies, having won the inaugural T20 World Cup in 2007, the World Cup in 2011, and the Champions Trophy in 2017.