Imam-ul-Haq married Anmol Mehmood last week and several cricketers attended his wedding festivities
Pakistani cricketer Imam-ul-Haq recently tied the knot with Anmol Mehmood with the bride’s wedding outfits becoming the talk of the town.
Pictures and videos of the wedding festivities have gone viral on social media, as the bride stole the show with her gorgeous outfits — which she colour-coordinated with her husband.
Several players including former Pakistan skipper Babar Azam, who is Imam’s best friend, attended the wedding.
The celebrations began with a mehndi event held in Norway where Anmol donned a gorgeous red and rust-coloured lehenga embellished with gold embroidery.
The dress was designed by renowned Pakistani fashion designer Hassan Sheheryar Yasin (HSY). The price of the dress was Rs1.5 million.
For the qawwali event held in Lahore, the bride once again opted for an HSY-designed outfit. It seemed like a black and grey-themed event as the couple dressed accordingly.
Anmol wore a silver-grey bridal gown embellished with matching fancy embroidery, while Imam sported a black chikankari kurta adorned with mirrors.
The price of the bride’s dress was Rs850,000.
The pink-hued ensemble worn by the bride at the nikah event stole the show, as Anmol went for an embroidered saree which netizens said seemed inspired by Indian actress Katrina Kaif’s wedding dress.
The bride also wore a heavily-embroidered dupatta on her head, while Imam sported a light grey sherwani.
Anmol’s nikah dress was designed by Zainab Salman and it cost Rs1 million.
Imam and Anmol’s valima event took place on Sunday in Lahore and the bride opted for a pastel green outfit. Meanwhile, Imam looked handsome in a black coat with a tie complimenting the bride’s dress.
Anmol’s dress, costing 1.7 million, was by Lajwanti.
Imam’s wife is a doctor by profession and was an old friend of the batter. Following his wedding, Imam will join the cricket team on November 28 for the Test series against Australia.