My Marriage Is Yet To Be Finalised – Hasan Ali Clarifies Reports
Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali on Tuesday cleared the air on his reported wedding with an Indian girl named Shamia Arzoo, saying it is not confirmed yet and there will be a public announcement soon.
Recently, we came across reports citing Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali is all set to tie the knot with an Indian woman named Shamia Arzoo. Ali will become the fourth high-profile Pakistani cricketer to marry an Indian girl when he ties the knot with Arzoo next month in Dubai.
Reports further stated that Hasan Ali and Shamia will be married on August 20 at the Atlantis Palm Hotel in Dubai. Shamiya completed her B.Tech course in Aeronautical stream. She used to work in Jet Airways, but for the past three years, Shamia is working for Emirates Engineers in Flight Engineer, Dubai.
Will make a public announcement – Hasan Ali
Meanwhile, the fast bowler gives clarification on the marriage reports. Hasan Ali cited that nothing is fixed at this moment. And also, he wants to announce it soon when he gets the confirmation. Currently, the elders of the respective families are in talks regarding the matter.
”Just wanna clarify my wedding is not confirmed yet. Our families have yet to meet and decide upon it. will make a public announcement very soon in sha allah.
Confirming the development Ali revealed that he had been seeing Haryana’s Shamia for the past one year. However, the date for the wedding is yet to be finalised.
So far, Hasan Ali has played nine Test, 53 ODIs and 30 T20Is for Pakistan. He was instrumental in Pakistan’s 2017 Champions Trophy triumph in 2017 in England. The 25-year-old is one of the vital members of the Pakistan team.
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