Long-Haired MS Dhoni Returns To Take Social Media By Storm. See Pics
MS Dhoni's new long hairstyle has made fans think of when the Ranchi-born cricketer first came to the world stage with a hairstyle very similar to this one.
Despite being a former international cricket player, MS Dhoni's popularity hasn't really decreased. Regardless of his decision to spend the majority of his time away from social media, everything he does or says in public ends up online.
The captain of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) currently plays only in the Indian Premier League (IPL), but he still inspires young people with both his on-and off-field manners and his exceptional cricketing abilities.
On social media this time, people are sharing his stunning new appearance. Dhoni's new appearance features him sporting a lengthy hairstyle that resembles the one he had when he initially entered the international scene.
Hairdresser Aalim Hakim was the first to post the photos. Along with the photos, he also penned an article detailing how he and Dhoni collaborated to make it happen.
"Any creative person would be lucky to work with Mahendra Singh Dhoni, and I'm always appreciative of the opportunity to showcase my skills by doing his hair.
Before the last IPL, when everyone was cutting their hair short and sharp, we did some pretty fantastic diverse haircuts," he wrote in part of his caption.
When Mahi bhai showed me a fan-made picture of himself with long hair at that time, I became enthralled with it and asked him to grow off his hair. The statement went on, "We both promised each other that we wouldn't touch his hair and that we would let it grow before cutting and styling it.
Aalim revealed that Dhoni's lengthy hairstyle was created for a movie.
We made the decision to give Mahi bhai's long hair a whole different texture and colour because I have always loved his long hair.I had so much fun with Mahi bhai's carefree hairstyle.Thus, I'm sharing some photos I took before he left to take a picture for a commercial," he said.
Regarding cricket, Dhoni had earlier this year led CSK to a record-tying fifth title and had pledged to be back for the 2024 Indian Premier League.