Will Naseem Shah get married?

Naseem Shah issued a statement regarding the recent Instagram post that caused a stir on social media.

Pakistani Pacer’s Naseem Shahremains has been in the spotlight, and now, misunderstandings about his engagement or marriage are the cause.

Shah is a very popular cricketer. He has made headlines since his accent became popular after his big performance at the Asia Cup 2022.

On Sunday, the 20-year-old clarified about a recent Instagram post that caused a social media stir if he was engaged or about to get married.

A few days ago, the 20-year-old Paceman shared a photo on his Instagram story of him sitting with his father and relatives, apparently in the living room. The Shah wore a black t-shirt with a namaz cap on his head. while the father and another man were dressed in traditional clothes.

The cricketer captioned the picture: “Blessed by the best alhamdullah”, the setting and caption of the photo made netizens feel that the shah may be engaged or married.

However, the young player cleared through a new Instagram story. by saying that the previous post “It is not about betrothal or marriage.”

Mentioning ‘happy’ doesn’t mean it’s all about getting in. [a] relationship or whatever,” Shah wrote in an Instagram story.

He said the picture came from a simple gathering with his family to break their fast. because it is the holy month of Ramadan

He also asked people to stop misinterpreting and hoped this would be clear by now.

It may be noted that Naseem’s father, while discussing the boy’s wedding plans last year, said the pacer had no intention of marrying anyone in the next four or five years.

It’s no secret that the bowling skills of Pakistan’s talented fast bowler, Naseem Shah, will amaze everyone. He was recently made an honorary DSP of the Quetta Police.

The economy of right-arm players in T20 cricket is only 6.06 since the start of the T20 World Cup in Australia last year. Even more remarkable was the fact that in the last innings (16-20 overs) the speedsters conceded just 6.56 wickets per over.

The 20-year-old has participated in 15 Tests, five ODIs and 16 T20s during his international career. and scored 74 goals

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