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Not Actors and cricketers, Youths start following Moustache style of Wing Commander Abhinandan

The whole nation celebrated the return of Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman. Upon return, he was received with a massive welcome from scores of people who reached Wagah-Attari border from across the nation.

Meanwhile, the country is suddenly obsessed with Abhinandan’s gunslinger moustache as several people from across the nation are desperate to follow “Abinandan’s way of haircut and moustache”. Even several saloons around India are giving some good discounts to their customers.

Credits: Odisha Bytes

It is good to see youths and other aged people are following the real hero’s way and even some barbers are appreciating this new trend. Chand Mohammed of Outlook Men’s Saloon in Bengaluru on Coles Road, Fraser Town says, “Abhinandan is our real hero.

That is why we have introduced this style. Before these, we used to sport styles of Bollywood actors Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan. Now, every day we get at least 10 young customers who want to have the same moustache.”

Sameer Khan, a salesman says, “This is Abhinandan sir style. We are following him. I really like this style. He is my hero.”

An expert in ‘brands and image perception’ field told news agency PTI, “His luxuriant moustache flows across his face like a smooth trajectory of an aircraft deftly manoeuvred across the sky. The moustache is very much part of that brand that people adore, idolise and wish to own.”

Amul also released a video titled “#Amul Mooch: To Abhinandan from Amul!” to honour the Wing Commander’s bravery.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Thursday announced that IAF pilot will be freed on Friday as a ‘gesture of peace’. The pilot was held captive by Pakistani forces after his MiG 21 Bison crossed the Line Of Control (LoC) and landed erroneously into the neighbouring country’s territory.

Before the Wing commander was captured, he fought his captors brilliantly, fired into the air and then swallowed important documents which should not have been seized by enemy hands. All this happened while he was ‘bleeding profusely’ after the crash.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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