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Hasan Ali to wed Samia Aarzoo in Dubai


Bipin Dani   

Pakistan’s Hasan Ali will become India’s son-in-law on Tuesday. The 25-year-old right-arm fast bowler will marry Indian girl Samia Aarzoo in Dubai. 

Couple Hasan Ali and Samia Aarzoo
Hasan Ali with Samia Aarzoo

The wedding will take place in the Spice Ball Room of the 5-star Hotel (The Atlantis the Palm and Resort).

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“Families of both have reached here”, Samia Aarzoo’s brother, Akbar Liaqat Ali, speaking exclusively over telephone from Dubai said.

Couple Hasan Ali and Samia Aarzoo in romantic mood
Couple Hasan Ali and Samia Aarzoo in romantic mood

“In fact, both are very busy to-day in pre-wedding shoot”, he added.

The couple went to Burj Al Arab beach shot for the photographs.

“When a husband and wife look at each other with love Allah look at them with mercy”, the invitation card, obtained by this Reporter says.

Hasan Ali's Indian wife Samia Aarozee
Hasan Ali’s wife Samia Aarzoo poses for a photo-shoot in Dubai

Nikah, Dinner and Rukhsati are scheduled at 6.00, 8.00 and 10.00 respectively.

Samia, who lived in Faridabad but now settled in Dubai works for UAE’s national airlines Emirates and couple will prefer the same airlines to go at an undisclosed destination for honeymoon, it is learnt here.

Hasan Ali with his wife Samia Aarzoo
Hasan Ali with his new bride Samia Aarzoo

Hasan Ali has been granted a week holiday for the marriage and few Pakistani cricketers including Shadab Khan have reached Dubai.

Shoaib Malik married to Indian girl Sania Mirza and Zaheer Abbas also married to other Indian Samina. Sadly, Mohsin Khan did not have a successful marriage life with Indian actress Reena Roy.

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