The Native indian golf gamer Sania Mirza wedded the former Pakistan cricket leader Shoaib Malik these days after their loved ones shifted the wedding ahead by three days.
The wedding took place at a resort in Mirza's home town of Hyderabad, investment of the the southeast part of Native indian state of Andhra Pradesh, said Rucha Naik, a speaker for Mirza's family.
"Just now the nikah [Muslim wedding ceremony] has been conducted. Please hope for the several," Naik said.
Mirza, 23, was wearing a conventional red sari that her mom wearing at her own marriage 25 years ago, the Media Believe in of Native indian information organization revealed. The couple will be based in Dubai but continue to signify their nations in their specific activities, said Mirza's dad, Imran.
Last week, Islamic seniors brokered a divorce between 28-year-old Malik and another Native indian lady, Ayesha Siddique, cleaning the way for the marriage of two of southern region Asia's best known activities individualities.
Earlier this month Siddique registered a cops issue against Malik over his plans to wed Mirza. In her issue, Siddique claimed that Malik had wedded her in May 2002 and charged him of exposing her to harshness and following by doubting that the marriage had taken place and by trying to get wedded to another lady.
Siddique's mother, Farisa Siddique, said her son's only demand was a divorce from Malik. The Siddique family withdrew the police issue after the divorce documents were finalized.
A Pakistani cricketer has wedded a high-profile Native indian woman before. The former Test batsman Mohsin Khan, now the Pakistan crew's primary selector, wedded the Native indian celebrity Reena Roy in the Early. The wedding later split down.