Hasan Ali appeals for LBW against England's Joe Root (not pictured) during the 2019 Cricket World Cup match in Nottingham. File / Lindsey Parnaby / AFP
The report stated the nikkah ceremony will be held on Aug.20 in Dubai.
The report further said Shamia, who works for a private airline, hails from Haryana.
She studied engineering from England and lives with her parents in Dubai, with some of the family members in New Delhi, said the report.
Quoting family sources, Geo News further said that Hasan first met Shamia through a close friend in Dubai.
Hasan, who has played nine Tests and 53 ODIs, played an instrumental role in Pakistan's 2017 Champions Trophy triumph.
However, his form and stock has plummeted in the past few years.
The 25-year-old struggled at the World Cup in England and Wales and was dropped from the playing XI midway in the tournament.
Earlier, Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik had married Indian tennis star Sania Mirza on April 12, 2010.
The couple also have a son named Izhaan Mirza-Malik who was born on Oct.30, 2018.
Indo-Asian News Service
Indian tennis team will travel to Pakistan for the first time in 55 years to participate in the Davis Cup, Asian News International, ANI, quoted a senior official of All India Tennis Association, AITA, as saying on Sunday.
Passionate fans from both sides of cricket’s fiercest rivalry preached sporting peace after India’s World Cup thrashing of Pakistan on Sunday in front of an estimated global TV audience of a billion people.
Hosts England will aim to carry on their winning streak with a hat-trick when they meet minnows Afghanistan in the World Cup 2019 group affair at the Old Trafford here on Tuesday.
Ben Stokes hit a stunning unbeaten century as England defeated Australia by one wicket to win an epic third Test at Headingley on Sunday and keep the Ashes alive.
The former Test and ODI cricketer turned to Instagram to share a glimpse of the congratulatory dinner he and the tennis sensation hosted at their house in Dubai for the couple over the weekend.
Ace shuttler PV Sindhu on Sunday became the first Indian to win the BWF World Championships, crushing Japan's Nozomi Okuhara 21-7, 21-7 in just 36 minutes in a one-sided final.