The marriage of Pakistani pacer Hasan Ali on his wedding to Indian national Shamia Arzoo has been making a buzz for quite a while. Hassan had reported before that he will wed Shamia in a private function at Atlantis Palm Hotel in Dubai on August 20. Shamia is an Indian national who lives in a locale in the province of Haryana, and met Ali during an irregular supper in Dubai. Ali sought Shamia and sent a proposition to be engaged to her, which was appropriately acknowledged.
The marriage is going to happen and Hasan tweeted an image of himself with an inscription, ‘the previous evening as a single guy’. Hasan got an answer from Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, who is hitched to his cricket partner Shoaib Malik. Sania wished the couple on their huge day in her very own shameless way.
‘Congrats Hasan. wish you both a lifetime of adoration and bliss .. this time you’ll need to get us more than Nandos however,’ Sania said in a tweet.
The cricketer had affirmed his union with Shamia in a question and answer session in the place where he grew up.
“A basic Nikah service will be hung on August 20 in Dubai, which may be gone to by my nearby relatives and relatives,” the cricketer told a question and answer session.
Ali had even welcomed cricketers from India to his wedding with Shamia. He had said that he would glad if Indian cricketers turned up for his wedding.
“I will welcome the Indian cricket group and players to go to my wedding service, all things considered, we are all cricket mates,” Hasan told ‘Urdu Express’ paper here.
“I would love it if some Indian players go to the function in Dubai, it would be exquisite. The challenge is on the field and not off it. At last, we are generally proficient cricketers and must share joy,” he said.
Shamia has a degree in Aeronautics from Manav Rachna University and has even concentrated in England.
Hasan will turn into the fourth Pakistani cricketer to get hitched with an Indian young lady, after Zaheer Abbas, Mohsin Khan and Shoaib Malik.
Malik had a prominent wedding with Indian tennis star Sania Mirza in April 2010 and previous chief Abbas was the primary Pakistani player to wed an Indian lady.