Through FaceApp, one can know how they would look when they are aged. Indian cricket fans are using this to check out how the ‘men in blue’ would be looking years after their retirement from the game
Bengaluru: The ICC World Cup 2019 has just concluded. While most of the fans, players and former cricketers are still busy debating over the “unfair” International Cricket Council’s (ICC) rules, Indian supporters are having some fun on social media with their favourite cricketers’ old-age look.
Yes, you heard it right. From Tuesday (July 17), netizens are using FaceApp Challenge to reveal the looks of Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma and others as to how they will be when they get old.
Through FaceApp, one can know how they would look when they are aged. Indian cricket fans are using this to check out how the ‘men in blue’ would be looking years after their retirement from the game.
Also, there were photographs of Pakistani cricketers in the old-age look. Twitterati had various reactions to the looks and some were wondering whose image matches perfectly on the app.
Not only cricketers, on Thursday (July 17), there were reports that Hollywood celebrities’ too are using FaceApp to find out how they would look in their evening of their lives.
“Launched in 2017, FaceApp isn't necessarily new. But it's making headlines again because the app has gotten good — like, eerily good — at showing users what they'll look like when they age. It's scary, so use at your own risk. Or, take a spin through Twitter or Instagram to see how others have turned out years into the future,” CNN reported.
Talking about the ICC World Cup 2019, India, after a fine run in the league stage, lost to New Zealand by 18 runs in the semi-finals. In the final at Lord’s, it was an epic match as both the actual game and the Super Over ended in ties. However, England took the trophy based on better boundary count, which many slammed the rule.
Check out how Twitterati are reacting to ‘aged’ Indian cricketers.
Last Updated 8:41 AM IST