Indian Male Celebs Over 60 Who Look Incredibly Fashionable and Stylish

There is no point denying the fact that most Indian men do not age well. We lose our hair, most of our teeth start falling off, and no matter how fit we were in our 20s and 30s, we get a rather sizeable paunch when we get old. 

Having said that, not all Indian men go through such a transformation. 

Super Fashionable Men Over 60 Years Of Age© Instagram/anilskapoor

In fact, if these 9 male celebrities are anything to go by, we can safely say that if we take proper care of ourselves, and do all the right things, in a timely manner, we too can age like fine wine:

1. Chiranjeevi- 65 

Chiranjeevi© Instagram/alwaysramcharan

Yup, Chiranjeevi is 65-years-old. Now, we’re not saying that he looks 24, that would be an exaggeration, but does the man look a day older than 40? We don’t think so. 

Just look at the photo of him, next to Ram Charan.

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Tom Cruise Is Known for Sending This Trademark Gift To A-List Celebs

Tom Cruise has a reputation for being an everyday nice guy. A true Hollywood icon, the Jerry Maguire star has shared the screen with some of today’s top actors in show business.

In addition to his acting talent, Cruise apparently has a penchant for gift-giving and sends out this sweet treat each year to several famous faces.  

Tom Cruise makes a surprise appearance to discuss 'Top Gun: Maverick' during 2019 Comic-Con International at San Diego Convention Center
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Kirsten Dunst takes the cake

Co-starring with Cruise and Brad Pitt in 1994 film Interview with the Vampire when she was just 11 years old, actor Kirsten Dunst praised the two A-listers for their kindness on set.

“They were so sweet to me,” she said, according to Yahoo!. “That production, that film, was like nothing else I’ve ever experienced. They just don’t make movies like that anymore.”

The former Spider-Man star still gets an annual gift from Cruise, though it doesn’t last very long after arriving.

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