Cricket / Pak cricketer Hasan Ali marries Indian engineer Samia in Dubai

Dubai. Pakistani cricketer Hasan Ali and Indian aeronautical engineer Samia Arju got married in Dubai on Tuesday. Both were married during a very private ceremony at the famous hotel 'Atlantis, The Palm', which was attended by almost 30 close relatives and friends. According to media reports, two separate ballrooms (halls) of the hotel were beautifully decorated for Nikah Ceremony. According to tradition, the bride's Rukhsati (farewell) will take place after three months.

  • Samiya, who was a bride during nikah, wore a red heavy work lehenga, during which she had bangles, bangles and kaleera in Indian style in her hands as well as her head was also covered with a dupatta. While groom groom Hasan Ali wore a black and gray sherwani. Except for Shadab Khan, most of the players of the Pakistani cricket team did not attend this wedding.
  • Earlier on Monday night, Mehndi Ceremony was held in Dubai itself. In which Hasan Ali also performed Bhangra. Before the wedding, the couple had also done a pre-wedding photoshoot, whose photos went viral on social media. Let us know that currently all the players of the Pak team are participating in the pre-season camp, due to which the PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) has given Hassan only six days off for their wedding.
  • Hasan Ali has become the fourth Pakistani cricketer to make an Indian girl a human. Zaheer Abbas, Mohsin Khan and Shoaib Malik have also done this before.

Hasan tweeted

  • A day before his wedding, on Monday night, Hasan Ali shared a tweet while sharing his photo. In which he was seen in green kurta and white pajamas. In the caption, he wrote, 'Last night as a Bachelor.' 
  • Till the time of Nikah, more information about his wife Samia was not revealed, but Hasan himself said in an interview that his wife is not interested in cricket and neither has any knowledge about the game. 
  • According to media reports, Hassan and Samia first met in Dubai last year through a common friend. This Pakistani fast bowler has played 9 Tests and 53 ODIs so far.

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