The eyewear style of the cricket czars
The monsoon has finally arrived. As usual, the entire streets are waterlogged. However, this has not hampered the enthusiasm of school kids and youngsters from indulging in their favourite game of cricket.
If there is one thing which binds all of us together, it is the game of Cricket. No wonder, this gentleman’s game is termed as our religion. Moreover, every cricketer is worshipped as a larger than life hero in India.
Is not keeping a track of the dressing styles of the cricketers our national pastime?
Here is a peep into the eyewear styles of a few cricketers who were born in July.
Harbhajan Singh – July 3
Nicknamed as Turbanator and Bhajji, this right hand off-arm spinner is known for his wicket taking abilities. This second-highest wicket taker in Test matches was even chosen as the brand ambassador for Ray-Ban.
Even though Harbhajan’s career has been marred with many controversies, he always makes it a point to dress up in style. He is often spotted wearing Ray-Ban wrap sunglasses and Aviators.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni – July 7
This master blaster from the small town of Ranchi has been one of our most successful captains ever. He was instrumental in India lifting all the three ICC world cups.
What many don’t know is that Mahi is also one of the richest cricketers of the world. This stylish wicket-keeper cum attacking right-hand batsman has a penchant for wearing modish sunglasses.
Sourav Ganguly – July 8
The Prince of Calcutta, Sourav Ganguly, is considered as the sixth greatest ODI batsman of all time. What more! He is widely regarded as one of India’s most successful captains. The Indian government bestowed him with Padma Shri, the country’s fourth-highest civilian honour.
This dashing left-hand batsman is known for his suave suits and stylish sunglasses. Of late, Ganguly is often spotted wearing a chic pair of rimless eyeglasses.
Sunil Gavaskar – July 10
Sunil Gavaskar is considered as one of the best opening batsmen in cricketing history. His record 34 test centuries made him a household name in the country.
What many don’t know is that even the God of Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar, grew up idolizing this little master.
Of late, Gavaskar is often spotted wearing Ray-Ban and Oakley Aviators.
These cricket stars are not just known for their exploits on the field, but also for their style statements off the field. Let’s wish them happy years ahead!