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Posted at: Aug 21, 2019, 6:55 AM; last updated: Aug 21, 2019, 12:10 PM (IST)

Wedding bells for Hry girl & Pak pacer

Wedding bells for  Hry girl & Pak pacer
Pakistan bowler Hasan Ali with wife-to-be Shamia Arzoo.

Sushil Manav
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, August 20

Pakistani fast bowler Hassan Ali on Tuesday began new innings as he tied nuptial knot with Mewat girl Shamia Arzoo in a wedding ceremony.

The cricketer today shared his pictures of Mehndi ceremony on micro blogging site twitter with a tweet, “mehndi night in the middle of the desert.”

On Monday night, another tweet by the Pakistani fast bowler said, “Last night as a bachelor..!looking forward” with smilies in between the text. In reply, Indian tennis star Sania Mirza had sent extremely amusing wishes to the Pakistani fast bowler in her tweet.

Replying to Hasan Ali’s Twitter post, Indian tennis star Sania Mirza congratulated the Pakistan cricketer, but at the same time made a special request. “Congratulations Hassan wish you both a lifetime of love and happiness ... this time you’ll have to treat us to more than Nandos though,” wrote Sania Mirza, who is married to Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik.

A video of the Pakistani bowler is also going viral on social media in which he is celebrating his wedding the way he celebrates getting a wicket. The news of Shamia, a girl from Haryana’s Mewat who works with Emirate Airlines, marrying Pakistani fast bowler Hassan Ali had hit headlines in July.

Shamia had reportedly met Ali during a random dinner in Dubai. Impressed, Ali courted Shamia and sent a marriage proposal to her, which was duly accepted by the Mewat girl.

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