Pictures and videos from the dholki ceremony of Haris Rauf is making rounds on social media. The house was filled with the joyful presence of close friends and family members, beautifully adorned with vibrant lights.
The Dholki event, capturing delightful moments, quickly made its way onto social media through various video snippets and pictures.
Radiating charm, the 29-year-old groom donned an elegant traditional blue attire. Online videos showcased Haris thoroughly enjoying the soulful Qawwali music, while guests enthusiastically danced and showered the Qawwals with money.
Haris and his classmate Muzna are set to exchange vows in a private and intimate ceremony scheduled for Friday. Notably, several players from the national cricket team will grace the wedding events, extending their support to the talented right-arm pacer.
Meanwhile, the national cricket team gathered in Karachi for an intensive training camp, preparing for the upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka.
The players will be granted a temporary leave from the camp over the weekend to attend the wedding of the renowned Qalandars star, ensuring their presence during the celebratory moments.
The wedding festivities of pacer Haris Rauf and wife Muzna Masood are set to begin on 6th July 2023. Pakistani cricketer Haris Rauf is eagerly preparing to welcome his bride, Muzna Masood Malik, as their wedding festivities approach.
— Shaharyar Ejaz 🏏 (@SharyOfficial) July 4, 2023
The talented speedster, known for his fiery bowling, is set to tie the knot in Islamabad early next month, marking another milestone in his personal life.
Haris and Muzna exchanged their vows in a private ceremony held in Islamabad in December of the previous year. The couple is now looking forward to a big celebration to mark the beginning of a new phase of their life.
According to reliable sources, the much-anticipated baraat (wedding party) is scheduled for July 6, while the reception will follow on July 7, allowing friends, family, and well-wishers to come together and honor the newlyweds.