Sania Mirza Mocks Yuvraj Singh's New Look, Demands 'beard Back'

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India's tennis star Sania Mirza poked fun at Yuvraj Singh's new 'Chikni Chamela' look and asked him if he was pouting to hide his chin under the chin.

Written By Koushik Narayanan | Mumbai | Updated On:
Sania Mirza

Former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has revealed his new look and it has left the Indian fans excited as they got to see a 'younger' version of the explosive all-rounder, striking nostalgia. Yuvraj Singh took to social media to post a picture of his new look in which he is clean-shaven. The former left-handed batsman had earlier voiced his opinions about young Rishabh Pant and other issues such as the yo-yo test and team management which he claimed did not favour him in the recent years before his retirement. Yuvraj Singh's new look earned him a lot of praises but there were fans including fellow sportspersons who missed the dall-rounder's beard. 

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Sania Mirza demands Yuvraj Singh to 'bring his beard back'

India's tennis ace Sania Mirza poked fun at Yuvraj Singh's new 'Chikni Chamela' look and asked him if he was pouting to hide his chin under the chin. Yuvraj Singh had shared the picture of his new look with a caption asking if he should bring the beard back. Sania Mirza trolled Yuvraj Singh for his new look and demanded him to bring his beard back. While many poked fun at Yuvraj Singh for his new look, few fans were amazed to see Yuvraj Singh turn the clock back and look like he did ten years ago nad took to social media to praise the star all-rounder. See Yuvraj Singh's new look here:


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Yuvraj Plays His Part by Lending His Voice to Dhoni

In fact, exactly on this day 12 years back, Yuvraj had scripted India's first World Cup 20Twenty victory (Sept 24, 2007) giving his captain, MS Dhoni, the first big gift, the World Cup. Its no coincidence that Yuvraj played the biggest part in Dhoni's Men in the Blue's 2011 World Cup triumph where he was adjudged the man of the series. Again Yuvraj is playing his part -- this time lending his voice to Dhoni's continuance in the Indian team. On the inconsistency of Rishab Pant, who is being seen as his replacement, Yuvraj said "He is a talent and needs to be spoken to and somebody needs to get the best out of him. Somebody should put a hand around his shoulder and give him the much-needed confidence. Criticising him is not the solution but I’m very keen to see who speaks to him and helps him understand better. There is no point in comparing him to MS Dhoni. It has taken many years to become Dhoni."

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