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The cricketer Shan Masood is getting married on the 21st of January

Shan Masood is getting married

Shan Masood is getting married. Reception will take place in Peshawar on January 21 and the valima in Karachi on January 27.

If you believed that the Pakistan cricket squad was finished with their wedding ceremonies throughout the entire year We’re sorry to inform you that you’re wrong. Batsman Shan Masood is next to be the next to tie the knot. The cricketer is set to get married on the 21st of January in Peshawar.

The left-handed batter will marry Meeshay Khan, a resident of the northwest city. Following their wedding, the valima ceremony would be performed in Karachi in about six days.

Masood’s cricketers as well as other prominent public celebrities were inviting to the ceremony.

 

Shan Masood is getting married

Shan Masood is getting married

Masood’s news comes only a few days after Muzna Masood Malik and buddy and pace leader Haris Rauf exchanged vows in a little nikah ceremony in Islamabad. The wedding included Shaheen Shah Afridi and Shahid Afridi, who is part of Shahid Afridi and his Lahore Qalandars squad. The couple wore matching white outfits. Rauf wearing a sherwani adorned with gold-colored buttons. Malik was dressed in a beige ivory, heavily embellished dress from Hussain Rehar.

A little further, Shaheen Shah Afridi will also be married a few days after Masood. The nikah ceremony he will have with former cricketer Shahid, interim chief selection officer Shahid’s 2nd daughter Ansha Afridi will be held on the 3rd of February.

 

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