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What is the connection of Shahid Afridi and Pacer Shaheen Afridi to the video of ‘Groom Raja’, know full detail

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Former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi is about to engage his elder daughter Aksa (Axa) with the team’s young fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi. This was confirmed by Shahid Afridi himself on social media on Sunday.

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Former Pakistan captain Shahid tweeted, ‘Shaheen’s family contacted my family for my daughter. The two families are in touch. The pair is formed in heaven. If Allah desires, this pair will also be formed. My prayers are with Shaheen for his continued success on the field.

Shaheen has also responded to this. He wrote- ‘Alhamdulillah. Thank you for your prayers. May Allah make things easy for all. You are the pride of the nation. ‘ In this episode, a video of future father-in-law Shahid Afridi and future ‘son-in-law’ Shaheen is becoming increasingly viral on social media, on which people are fiercely commenting.

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Both Shahid and Shaheen play in Pakistan Super League. The video showed that in a PSL match in the year 2018, Shahid Pesar gives a long six to Shaheen’s ball. On the next ball, Shaheen bowls former cricketer Shahid Afridi. Shaheen does not celebrate the wicket. In the background of the video, the title song of actor Govinda’s film ‘Dulhe Raja’ is playing the song ‘Listen father-in-law now Jid Quit, Dulhan To Jayegi Dulhe with Raja’. After sharing the news of the engagement, the users are enjoying this video on social media very much.

Shaheen’s father Ayaz Khan then told Pakistani media that he had sent his son’s relationship to Shahid Afridi’s family, which has been accepted.

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