Virat Kohli gets a new haircut ahead of 2018 Indian Premier League
Virat Kohli, Indian cricket team captain, along with hair stylist Hakim Aalim ahead of 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL). Credit: Twitter

India skipper Virat Kohli revealed his new look ahead of the brand new edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Meanwhile, cricketers often provide various style statements for their fans. They undergo different makeovers or sporting different hair and beard styles.

Kohli, however, is currently enjoying his break as he opted out from the Nidahas Trophy. A young Indian team won the Nidahas Trophy final in a cracker of a match against Bangladesh. Dinesh Karthik’s late night cameo of 29 runs off just eight deliveries sealed the match.

The men in blue skipper is now gearing up for the IPL starting from April 7 with Chennai Super Kings facing Mumbai Indians.

Kohli gets a new haircut:

Kohli took to social media to show his new hairstyle to all his fans. He posted a picture with the celebrity stylist Aalim Hakim.

Great cut from the style master @aalimhakim,” Kohli wrote on Twitter.

Since the post, the picture has garnered a lot of attention and has become a new social media trend.

Kohli will, however, want to lead his side Royal Challengers Bengaluru to an elusive IPL victory this time. RCB alongside Delhi Daredevils and Kings XI Punjab to have not lifted the silverware ever.

Kohli has been part of the RCB squad since 2008 and had hit a purple patch in 2016 when he scored a staggering 973 runs in the tournament. Overall, in 149 IPL matches so far, Kohli has scored 4418 runs at an average of 37.44 and a strike rate of 129.82.

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Ankush Das

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