With lockdown in effect in most countries across the globe due to the coronavirus pandemic, a major point of contention for many men is the unabated hair growth that has left many asking one critical question — to cut or not to cut? While Virat Kohli took the help of his wife Anushka Sharma and escaped without any mishaps, former England cricketer Robert Key wasn’t as lucky. KL Rahul is the latest cricketer to have a haircut conundrum. Posting a picture of himself the Indian batsman, asked Twitterati for advice on whether or not to cut his hair.
Keep or cut pic.twitter.com/IxXd3VlaKU
— K L Rahul (@klrahul11) April 24, 2020
While some were gracious enough to give him an honest feedback, others came up with bizarre responses.
— Mahendra Gadkar (@GadkarMahendra) April 24, 2020
— (@jaisankatmochan) April 24, 2020
Grow your hair and get a pagh
— Jay (@JaydenCFC04) April 24, 2020
Ask this to athitiya in snapchat fgs
— The Alchemist (@ponananthvs) April 24, 2020
— . (@ayondragneel) April 24, 2020
Bhai timepass mat karo corona ki vaccine nikalo jaldi
— Marvadi DOKRO (@BhauMarvadi) April 24, 2020
— LUNACY ON HOLD (@panshi_D11) April 24, 2020
Aap sabkuch kr lete ho sir
We need parlour wali plz bn jao naa ek din k liye
— sach me (@eknokipagal1) April 25, 2020
—(@Ankit0526) April 24, 2020
The India all-rounder took to Instagram to share a picture with KL Rahul and extend his wishes. “Happy birthday brotherman. Always got your back,” Hardik Pandya captioned the post on Instagram.
KL Rahul was the top performer for India in the limited overs leg of the New Zealand tour.
KL Rahul scored 221 runs in the five-match Twenty20 International series while he accumulated 204 runs in the One-Day Internationals.
The right-handed batsman made his Test debut back in 2014 but he had to wait for another two years to make it to the limited overs squad.
On his ODI debut against Zimbabwe, KL Rahul became the first Indian batsman to score a century in his first game for the country in the 50-over format.
KL Rahul is also one of the three Indian batsmen to have scored a century in all three formats of the game.