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Sachin Tendulkar Flaunts His New Hairstyle; Check Out

Sachin Tendulkar shared a few pictures on Instagram in which we can see him cutting off his own hair. Read below to know more.

Despite retiring from international cricket in 2013, Sachin Tendulkar continues to charm his fans through social media. On Sunday, Sachin Tendulkar took to his Instagram to share his new hairdo with his fans. The surprising thing about the new hairstyle of Sachin Tendulkar was that he gave himself the new look.

He shared the pictures on Instagram with a caption that read, “From playing square cuts to doing my own hair cuts, have always enjoyed doing different things. How’s my new hairdo looking @aalimhakim & @nandan_v_naik?”

Soon after Sachin shared the pictures on Instagram, millions of his fans flooded the comment section with lovely comments.

Tendulkar is spending time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, just like other cricketers around the world. Sachin Tendulkar has recently pledged to feed 5000 people for a month who are adversely affected because of the nationwide lockdown.

The 46-year-old  iconic batsman had donated Rs 25 lakh each to the PM-CARES Fund and the CM Relief Fund in March to help the fight against COVID-19. Tendulkar was also among the 40 elite sportsmen who had a video conference with PM Narendra Modi on April 3 to discuss the current situation.

Cricketers from across the world are using social media to interact with their fans and advise them to stay indoors as the coronavirus pandemic creates havoc worldwide.

More than 2.3 million people worldwide have been infected by the deadly virus.

The Board Of Cricket Control In India (BCCI) on Thursday declared the indefinite postponement of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) due to the on-going coronavirus pandemic.

As of today, the number of people infected by the novel coronavirus in India has crossed the mark of 17,000 while the death toll has climbed up to 560. Out of the 17,357 positively tested patients, 13,938 are active cases and 2,859 have recovered.

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