Home » BCCI looks for the cricketer with the coolest haircut, tweets fans

BCCI looks for the cricketer with the coolest haircut, tweets fans

Source: Google


London: Indian Cricket team, no doubt has been performing brilliantly in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The Indian players have been able to take place in the news not only for their particularly good skills on the field but also for their style and swag that they never fail in showcasing. right from their amazing hairstyles to their great physique, quite many of the Indian cricketers have been able to make a special place in the heart of the admirers. Right now, it is the amazing hairstyles donned by the team Blue players that are turning the heads!

The team Indian players like Hardik Pandiya, MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan and Yuzvendra Chahal are stealing the hearts of their fans with their amazing new hairstyle. This even gives the BCCI too a goal to find out who looks the coolest in his cool hairstyle and have landed a contest for the Indian team fans. in its recent tweet asks, “”Who’s haircut is the coolest? #TeamIndia.”


Following the BCCI tweet, fans started pouring in their responses picking their favourite cricketer as having the coolest hairstyle. However, IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings, naturally, quickly comes in support of their skipper Dhoni, saying, “#Thala Pola varuma?”

The hairstyles of the cricketers took some fans back to the yesteryears when Dhoni was seen sporting a number of cool and funky hairstyles in which he used to look absolutely different and of course, very stylish.

Tweeting a collage of Dhoni’s earlier looks, the Twitter user says “What new hairstyle dhoni sir is going to take after winning this world cup?”

Well, the huge response coming from the fans and most of them pointing at Dhoni to be coolest, this seems the fan following of MS Dhoni is never going to go weak. The ‘Captain Cool’ of once still looks and is the coolest for his admirers and of course, he is the well-deserving!


Also read: Gautam Gambhir stands by M.S. Dhoni, says ICC should focus on cricket