Sania Mirza's sister Anam to marry Azharuddin's son AsadLast updated on Oct 07, 2019, 06:49 pm
Sania Mirza's younger sister Anam is set to marry former Indian cricket captain Mohammad Azharuddin's son Asad, this December.
The news was confirmed by the tennis star, in an interview with Times of India.
Moreover, the Mirza sisters were recently vacationing in Paris for Anam's bachelorette trip.
Anam previously got married in 2016 before calling it quits after sometime.
Here are more details.
Bride-to-be Anam is a fashion stylist by profession
The revelation was recently made by the 32-year-old tennis player, after she returned from her sister's bachelorette outing in Paris.
"She (Anam) is actually getting married in December. We just came back from her bachelorette trip in Paris. We are really excited," a thrilled Sania told the Times of India.
For the uninitiated, Anam is a fashion stylist by profession.
Here are some pictures from Anam's bachelorette trip in Paris
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Earlier, there were rumors about Anam, Asad dating each other
Notably, the rumors about Anam and Asad dating each other have been doing the rounds on social media, after several pictures of the couple surfaced online.
"She is marrying a lovely boy. His name is Asad and he happens to be the son of Mohammad Azharuddin and we are really excited about it," Sania further informed the daily.
Anam previously got married in 2016; later separated
However, this is not the first time that Anam is tying the knot.
She earlier got married to one Akbar Rasheed in Hyderabad in 2016.
But the couple parted ways after one-and-a-half years of marriage.
According to Pinkvilla, a source close to Mirza family had said, "The reason for split is still unknown but we believe the divorce proceedings have come through."
Sania will soon return in action with the Australia Open
Meanwhile, Sania, who has been missing from the sports scene for a while following her first pregnancy, is looking to make a comeback with the upcoming Australia Open in January next year.