Naseem Shah puts an end to rumors about his marriage.
A recent post by Pakistani fast bowler Naseem Shah stirred up talk on social media about whether he was engaged or married. Shah became more well-known after he played well in the Asia Cup 2022. Since then, he has been in the news for one reason or another. Naseem Shah puts an end to rumors about his marriage. A few days ago, the 20-year-old paceman posted a picture to his Instagram stories in which he was sitting with his father and another old man, as if in a living room. Shah wore a black T-shirt and a prayer cap, while his father and the other guys wore traditional clothes. The cricketer had written “Blessed with the best, Alhamdullah” as the description for the photo. People on the Internet thought that Shah might be getting engaged or married because of where the picture was taken and what it said. But in a new Instagram story, the young paceman said that the last post “wasn’t about getting engaged or nikahfied.” Naseem Shah puts an end to rumors about his marriage. “Mentioning ‘blessed’ doesn’t mean it’s all about getting into a relationship or anything else,” Shah wrote in the Instagram story. As it is the holy month of Ramadan, he said that the picture was from a simple dinner with his family. He also asked people to stop misreading things and said he hoped the situation was now clear. Last year, when Naseem’s father talked about his son’s plans to get married, he said that the pacer had no plans to get married for the next four or five years. Everyone has been amazed by how well Pakistan’s skilled fast bowler Naseem Shah throws the ball. He was just named an honorary DSP by the police in Quetta. Since the start of the T20 World Cup in Australia last year, the right-handed pacer’s economy in T20 cricket has been only 6.06. Even more surprising is that the fast bowler gives up only 6.56 runs per over in the last part of the game (overs 16–20). In his international career, the 20-year-old has played in 15 Tests, five ODIs, and 16 T20Is. He has also taken 74 wickets.