GO­ING GO­ING GREY

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De­spite their stress-free de­meanour, changes above the tem­ple are speck­led ev­i­dence that per­haps the wear and tear of ev­ery­day life is tak­ing some­thing of a toll M.S. DHONI 32 The be­lea­guered cap­tain of the bat­tered In­dian cricket team has gone al­most en­tirely grey in the last 18 months, just as he turned 30.

OMAR AB­DUL­LAH 43 Says he has been rapidly join­ing the ranks of “the bald and the beau­ti­ful” ever since he be­came chief min­is­ter of Jammu and Kash­mir in 2009.

MILIND SO­MAN 49 The su­per­model-turnedac­tor started grey­ing in 2011. He is one of the few in show­busi­ness who doesn’t re­ally seem to mind the change.

ANTHONY FER­NAN­DES 47

The CEO of AirAsia says his grey hair is thanks to the amount of time he spends on lob­by­ing with gov­ern­ments and giv­ing pre­sen­ta­tion af­ter pre­sen­ta­tion. BARACK OBAMA 51 Has been sport

ing grey hair no­tice­ably in his sec­ond term as Pres­i­dent. The First Lady, how­ever, says it’s par­ent­hood, not his high-pro­file job, that’s be­hind his grey-tinged locks

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