MS Dhoni has come a long way. From a small town boy from Jharkhand to one of the most successful Indian cricket team’s captain. Since the very start of his career India’s limited over skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been in talks not just for his game but also his changing hairstyles. No doubts he is blessed with great hair on which he always experiments. From long to bald to something like a Mohawk then to jar headed and then a crew cut, or sometimes finely chopped. And we just love to see him in different avatar, don’t we! So let’s take look at 5 hairstyles among so many hairstyles donned by Mahi….
5. Long Hair
Since the time he entered international cricket Mahi was in talks for his long and sleek hair than his game. His long locks sometimes were colored golden-brown to jet-back. Even in the 2007 T20-World Cup Dhoni had long hair with a little trim here and there. And just after the winning the T20 World Cup the Captain’s look was copied by many fans all over India.
This was just after the day we won the ICC World Cup in 2011 that Dhoni was spotted with completely trimmed hair which was near-bald look. He posed for photographs in front of the Gateway of India in Mumbai with his new look.
3. Crew Cut
Soon after the 2007 T20 World Cup Mahi surprised everyone with his crew cut. From long and sleek hair to sophisticated trimmed hair. It was a perfect matured look. And after the crew cut he switched off to a haircut called as salt and pepper hairstyle which made him looked younger with a matured look.
The most innovative Hairstyle donned by Dhoni surprised everyone during the Champions League in 2013. Mahi completely trimmed sides and sported a Mohawk. This bold move from the skipper’s side shocked his fans at first but later appreciated his new look.
And finally the latest hairstyle that Dhoni flaunted was during post-release of his biopic MS Dhoni- The Untold Story and during the opening ceremony of Indian Super League 2016. Finely trimmed hair with a mustache made Mahi look classic and elegant.