Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Had a Hair Transplant?

Nawaz Sharif had a hair transplant? As the news channels are showing him every hour after the unfortunate killing of Ms Bhutto, I noticed how drastically un-bald he is compared to just a year ago!

Here’s him a couple of years ago – ForumPakistan

Here’s this month’s photo – ABC Australia

Digging around a bit, I found media has already gotten the clue. Pakistan’s top newspaper Dawn reports
“They share one inexplicable self-indulgence; both have had hair transplants that make them look younger in the eyes of every beholder except their electorate.”

I know ex Prime Minister of Italy Berlusconi had had a transplant. Does that make Mr Sharif the second state leader? Seeing Berlusconi lose the election so badly and Mr Sharif’s general
lack of mass support, HT may not yet be that “effective” for our leaders :)


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Interesting comments and photo research. Thanks for sending this in. To answer your question, I really don’t keep track of which state leaders have had hair transplant procedures, but if any readers have examples, feel free to leave a comment. It would certainly seem that Nawaz Sharif had some form of hair restoration. I do not know for sure though, until he publicly acknowledges it. The photos speak for themselves, however.

I’ve put the photos you sent side by side for easier comparison below:

Nawaz Sharif
Tags: benazir bhutto, nawaz sharif, sharif, nawaz, pakistan, hairloss, hair loss, hair transplant, hairtransplant, prime minister, politics

7 thoughts on “Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Had a Hair Transplant?

  1. I just got my hair transplant done from Pakistan by a surgeon called Dr. Nasir Rashid president of hair club based in lahore and i am amazed to know that in a third world country like pakistan doctors and techniques can go this advanced and professional because i have researched almost the whole world and myself seen live hair transplants in US but this guy is a maniac i guess he loves what he does. his surgery starts at 9 in the morning and it ends at 10 in the evening and he almost transplanted 4000 hair follicles/roots which is about 10000 to 12000 hair and charged me Rs. 250000 compared to the same surgery performed in US would have charged $15000-$20000. I went to Dubai and met Dr. Alvi Armani who quoted me a surgery with lessor grafts can you imagine how much…$30,000. I am very satisfied with the results especially the fine and soft custom hair line that he does with technique which he calls No-Touch auto inject with this technique he can reduce the gaps between the follicles making it densor and soft as he transplants extra fine soft hair with single root at the very front row to give a soft look to the hair line. I am proud that transplants being done in our small country Pakistan are much superior then being done at famous US clinics like Bosley etc. having 30 years experience whereas our transplants started about 8 years back. My indian friend this doctor has also done some transplants of indian bollywood celebrities and pakistani pop singers and celebrities like he is very trusted among show biz whne it comes to hair transplant so if you can visit pakistan from india its worth it.

  2. I want hair plantation want to know how much it will cost me and how long time it will take to finish all the treatment is it possible in one day? because i am coming from UK on holidays after treatment then i will go to Peshawer thats why i am asking for tim and expensis please. Thankssss
    (i am 54 years old)
    Yours sincerely
    Faz khan

  3. Mr Faz khan
    it can be done in one day..da surgery takes abt 6-7 hrs.
    in peshawar there is dr humayun..he charges abt 1 lac 20 thousand..and his work is among da best in peshawar.his clinic is next to british council peshawar university town

  4. Nice try Mr. Faisal. It is a good way to advertise your own institution. I know you are Dr Nasir’s partener and advertising by posting a comment like you got a hair transplant.

  5. hair transplant Surgery got fame in 2007 when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif came back when he finished his banishment then people got surprise when they see that hair on his head as in 1999 when his government was ended then he was having very less hair on his head. At present, throughout the country more than 150 hair transplant clinics are working. According to the doctors, in Pakistan the expense of hair transplant is from $400 to $1000.

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