Hasan Ali thankful after his wedding with Indian girl Samiya Arzoo

Hasan Ali thankful after his wedding with Indian girl Samiya Arzoo

Hasan asked the fans to keep him and his wife in their prayers.

Hassan Ali and his wife. (Photo Source: Twitter)
Hassan Ali and his wife. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Last month, Hasan Ali, the Pakistan fast bowler, dropped a tweet on his Twitter handle where he said that he could be marrying an Indian girl, named Samiya Arzoo. But he didn’t give any confirmation of the same as their families were yet to meet. However, later he cleared the air and said that his marriage with Arzoo has been finalized. The couple entered the wedlock on August 20 in Dubai.

The auspicious occasion took place at the Atlantis Palm Hotel. The bride is based in Dubai for the last three years and is currently working as a flight engineer in Emirates Airlines. She hails from the Mewat district of Haryana and has a B Tech degree in Aeronautics. Before the wedding, the pacer and Samiya had a photoshoot, the pictures of which went viral on social media.

Hasan was scheduled to attend a pre-season camp, organized by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) at the National Cricket Academy (NCA). But he asked for leave from the board in order to attend the wedding. He missed the fitness tests that took place on August 19 and 20 respectively.

Hasan Ali expresses gratitude

Hasan is expected to join the conditioning camp that is set to take place from August 22 until September 7. In the meantime, the marriage took place without any hiccup. After things fell in place, Hasan must have been a relieved person and uploaded a gorgeous picture with Samiya.

He thanked the fans and his close ones for supporting him. He wrote, “Thanks to everyone for your wishes on this auspicious occasion which is very close to my heart. May Allah bless all the people who have shown love and support to us. Keep us in your prayers. #HassanWedsSamiya,”

Here is Hasan Ali’s post

A long road ahead for Hasan Ali

After the glee and ecstasy of his marriage, Hasan needs to focus on the upcoming cricket season, both at the domestic and international circuit. He wasn’t at his best in the World Cup, having picked up only a couple of wickets in four matches. Pakistan will play six matches in the World Test Championship, three ODIs and nine T20Is in the next season, and Hasan will have a massive role to play.