Shahid Afridi, ex-captain of Pakistan and star all-rounder, wrote a touching message for his daughter, Ansha Afridi, who got married too young Pakistani fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi on Friday. Yes, Afridi’s daughter’s wedding ceremony was held at DHA Golf Club in Karachi where close relatives and special friends attended.
Ansha’s wedding with the fast bowler took place yesterday at a mosque in Karachi. However, the bride’s ‘rukhsati’ will be later after completing her studies. And before that, Shahid Afridi also arranged the marriage of his elder daughter Aqsa Afridi with Naseer Nasir and her ‘rukhsati’ will also be done later.
Following the Nikah, a reception was organized, where cricketers Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Sarfaraz Ahmed, Shadab Khan, Naseem Shah, and squash icon Jahangir Khan were among the guests. And apart from this some business partners and special friends of Boom Boom Shahid Afridi were also seen attending this event.
On Twitter, Afridi wrote a heartfelt message for his daughter. ‘A daughter is the most beautiful flower in your garden, blooming with countless blessings. A daughter is someone you share laughter, dreams, and unconditional love with,’ he wrote.
Daughter is the most beautiful flower of your garden because they blossom with great blessing. A daughter is someone you laugh with, dream with, and love with all your heart. As parent, I gave my daughter in Nikkah to @iShaheenAfridi, congratulations to the two of them😘 pic.twitter.com/ppjcLllk8r— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) February 4, 2023
The couple had been engaged for two years. In an interview on the Geo News program Aik Din Geo Kay Sath, the left-arm bowler revealed that he wanted to marry Afridi’s daughter. ‘It was my wish and I am grateful that it has come true,’ Shaheen said shyly during the interview.
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