27-year-old national cricketer is set to tie the knot with his betrothed, Anmol Mehmood, this weekend
The wedding festivities of Pakistani cricketer Imam-ul-Haq have started off with a mehndi event in Norway, it emerged on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old national player is set to tie the knot with his betrothed, Anmol Mehmood coming weekend after his return from World Cup 2023 campaign.
Imam was in the national squad which recently played in the ICC’s showpiece event in India.
The glimpses of Anmol dressed in a lavish bridal outfit from a local brand on her mehndi, came out this evening.
The bride wore a heavily embellished deep red and dull gold gharara and shirt, with a pinch of orange and purple for vibrancy.
The pictures and videos from a picturesque location somewhere in the Scandinavian country were shared by Anmol on her official Instagram account.
A few images of the bride were also shared by the designer on their Instagram page with the caption “Imam ki Anmol” (Imam’s Anmol), tagging both the cricketer and his future wife.
After mehndi in Norway, the wedding events will officially take place in Lahore on November 23. The nikah ceremony will be held on Saturday (November 25) and valima reception on November 26.
Reports suggest the celebrations will begin with a qawwali night on November 23, although the performing group’s name remains a secret. The left-handed batter is expected to wear a Prince coat for his big day.
Reportedly, 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.
Imam is expected not to take part in the camp for Australia’s Test tour initially and will join later. The camp will run till November 28 at the Pindi Cricket Stadium. The team will fly out on November 30 from Lahore.