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Cricketer Imam-ul-Haq set to tie the knot this month | The Express Tribune

In a celebration of love, Pakistan’s cricket team opener, Imam-ul-Haq, is poised to embark on a new chapter in his life as he prepares to get married after the culmination of the ICC World Cup 2023. The wedding festivities are set to commence on November 23 in Lahore, with the highly anticipated Nikkah ceremony scheduled for November 25, and the Valima reception to follow on November 26.

Sources have revealed that the wedding events will kick off with a Qawwali night on November 23, although the name of the performing group remains undisclosed as of now. The 27-year-old cricket sensation, who recently represented Pakistan in the World Cup being held in India, is expected to don a Prince coat on his special day.

The bride-to-be in question seems to have been revealed to the world by none other than ace designer, HSY. The Instagram page for his creations shared an image of Anmol Mehmood, with the caption, “Imam’s Anmol” in Urdu. The handle also tagged both the cricketer and his future wife.

Given that the ICC World Cup final was held on November 19 in Ahmedabad, the decision to hold the wedding festivities post the mega event reflects a strategic consideration. It has been reported that cricketing stars, including Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, Fakhar Zaman, Shadab Khan, and others from the national team, are anticipated to grace the joyous occasion. Invitations will also extend to former players and management personnel, creating a blend of past and present cricketing luminaries at the celebration.

As Imam-ul-Haq prepares to exchange vows and don the cricketing cap once again, his journey from the cricket pitch to the wedding aisle becomes a tale of both professional commitment and personal celebration, creating a unique intersection of sports and love in the life of the talented Pakistani opener.

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