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Akshay Kumar mourns demise of his hairstylist of 15 years 

"You stood out of the crowd with your funky hairstyles and infectious smile," Akshay wrote remembering his stylist Milan Jadhav 

Published: 12th September 2022

Akshay Kumar on Monday mourned the demise of Milan Jadhav, his hairstylist of 15 years.

Sharing a picture with Milan, whom Akshay affectionately called Milano, the actor wrote, "You stood out of the crowd with your funky hairstyles and infectious smile. Always ensured not even one hair of mine was out of place. The life of the set, my hairdresser for more than 15 years, Milan Jadhav. Still can’t believe you’ve left us…I will miss you Milano Om shanti."


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Milan Jadhav's Instagram page shows numerous pictures with Akshay, besides other stars like Sanjay Dutt, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kriti Sanon, Abhishek Bachchan and others. Milan had launched his own saloon, Milano Salon, in Mumbai's Bhandup in 2016.

Akshay's upcoming films include Selfiee, Ram Sethu and OMG - 2.

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