Pakistan’s left-handed batter is set to get married on January 21 in Peshawar
Pakistani cricketer Shan Masood, who will tie the knot this month, will host a reception for his valima on January 27, Daily Jang stated.
The left-passed batter is about to get married on January 21 in Peshawar, but the valima reception can be held in Karachi.
Sources stated that Masood, who is currently taking part in domestic Test collection towards New Zealand in Karachi, will tour to Peshawar for his marriage ceremony.
Shan’s fiance belongs to Peshawar.
The 33-yr-vintage cricketer’s call became many of the top traits on Twitter these days. However, it became now not due to the news of his marriage but over his dismal overall performance in the ongoing Test series.
The cricketer become born on October 14, 1989, in Kuwait. He has played 27 Test suits, 5 ODIs and 19 T20Is. He was also a part of the Pakistan squad for the T20 World Cup 2022.
Moreover, Shan lately signed a -12 months contract with The Yorkshire County Cricket Club, which he’ll lead in 2023.
The left-handed batter is the son of famend banker Mansoor Masood Khan, while his paternal uncle Waqar Masood Khan has served as federal finance secretary. He is the second one among his 3 siblings. Shan’s elder sister passed away last year and his more youthful brother, Ali, is a barrister.
Apart from Shan, Pakistan pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi is also set to get married in February to Shahid Afridi’s daughter Ansha Afridi. Last month, fast bowler Haris Rauf tied the knot with Muzna Masood Malik.