A video grab shows Saqlain Mushtaq wearing a wig.
As the novel coronavirus has brought the whole world to a standstill, it has given the opportunity to people to spend more time with their loved ones at home.
Celebrities around the globe too are “locked up” in their homes but they are making most of the social media platforms to stay in touch with their fans.
Actors, singers, artistes and sports personalities are sharing their daily quarantine routine with their fans.
Former Pakistani cricketer Saqlain Mushtaq shared a video where he can be seen donning a wig with blue eyeshadow and red lipstick.
Saqlain wrote on Twitter, “Stay safe, stay at home with your loved ones and enjoy our clip.”
In the video footage, the former spin bowler told his fans about the “little maestro” behind his new look – his daughter.
“Couple of years back, she did my makeup and I put a video up on Twitter which you guys liked. Today she forcefully told me she wants to play with me and brought a new getup, my wig as you can see,” Saqlain joked in the video while asking his daughter if she’s now happy.
The viral video won the hearts of the former cricketer’s fans, who hailed him as a humble man trying to keep his family happy during the difficult times.
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