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Following Imam-ul-Haq! Another Pak cricketer set to marry on same day

Following Imam-ul-Haq! Another Pak cricketer set to marry on same day

It seems it is the season of weddings in the Pakistan Cricket Team. After Imam-uL-Haq, all-rounder Faheem Ashraf is set for marriage on November 25. The wedding preparations are going in full swing. Faheem had a mehendi night on November 22 in his hometown, Phool Nagar in Punjab’s district Kasur. The event was graced by […]

It seems it is the season of weddings in the Pakistan Cricket Team. After Imam-uL-Haq, all-rounder Faheem Ashraf is set for marriage on November 25. The wedding preparations are going in full swing. Faheem had a mehendi night on November 22 in his hometown, Phool Nagar in Punjab’s district Kasur. The event was graced by the all-rounder’s family and close friends.

Incidentally, Faheem is set to get married on the same date as Imam – November 25. Both cricketers will also have a Valima Ceremonies on Sunday (November 26) at separate venues. The all-rounder’s wedding will take place in Narowal, while Faheem’s Valima ceremony will take place in Phool Nagar.

Faheem’s good friend Hasan Ali confirmed to the media about Faheem’s engagement earlier in August. Faheem. The Pakistani all-rounder, who is a regular part of the Test team has been allowed to skip the training session for the three-match Test series Down Under.

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Faheem, like Imam, will directly join the Pakistan squad on November 30 in Lahore before the team’s departure to Australia. Both the cricketers are part of the squad that will play three Tests.

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While there are pictures circulating of Imam’s fiance Anmol, there is no picture of Faheem’s finances yet. It is still not clear whether the 29-year-old does not want to reveal his fiance’s face just like his teammate Shadab Khan did during his wedding last year.

Speaking about Faheem, he is been in around the Test team. The southpaw has played only 16 Test matches, 34 ODIs, and 48 T20Is since his debut. With Pakistan in the transition phase in Test cricket, Faheem would be keen to make a mark against Australia.

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