Shadab Khan gestures during a match. File
The 24-year-old cricketer posted a tweet and informed his fans about his Nikah ceremony.
"Alhamdulilah today was my Nikah. It is a big day in my life and the start of a new chapter. Please respect my choices and those of my wife and our families. Prayers and love for all," he wrote.
Meanwhile, Shadab's note read that he was becoming a part of his "mentor Saqi bhai's family".
The young cricketer shared about his choice to always keep his family life separate from work highlighting that his family also opted to stay out of public life.
"My wife has asked for the same, she wants her life to remain private. I would kindly request everyone to respect her choice and our family's choice," the note further read.
The cricketer jokingly wrote about welcoming salaamis. "| will send an account number," he wrote in his note.
Many cricketers congratulated Shadab on tying the knot. Twitterati, however, reacted to the news of Shadab getting married differently.
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