Agha Ali sends prayers towards Sarah Khan, Falak Shabir

The duo tied the knot last night


Entertainment Desk July 17, 2020

Actor Sarah Khan and singer Falak Shabbir finally tied the knot last night after announcing they would be getting married this week.

Evident from pictures of their nikkah ceremony that started pouring in on various blogs, the two looked overwhelmed and filled with happiness. Khan donned a striking pink and gold ensemble with a beautiful broad gold and red tika. The combination seemed ravishing as she stood next to Shabbir who wore a white sherwani with golden embellishment.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Although the couple has not uploaded anything on their own social media yet, Khan changed her name on Instagram to Mrs.Falak. Following this, ghosts from the past finally reacted to the news when Agha Ali, who recently got married to Hina Altaf, sent prayers towards the newly married couple on his Instagram story.

Dua hai ke Allah Pak bohat khushiyan dein (I pray that God keeps gives them loads of happiness). May they have a great life ahead, Ameen,” wrote Ali. He did not tag anyone, nor did he post any pictures – keeping the message plain, simple and well-intended.

In October 2019, Khan had been making the headlines for her rumoured relationship with Ali. In response to this, during an interview with Urdu News, she admitted that she had been in love with him but he "crossed the limits" that were not acceptable to her.

As per the same interview, she was considering an arranged marriage and was to surprise her fans soon. Following this on Wednesday July 15, 2020, both Khan and Shabbir announced news of their engagement. They took to social media and shared photos from the event. Khan looked stunning in a red ensemble while Shabbir looked suave in a suit. In what seemed like a scene from a film, the ceremony concluded with fireworks and laughter.

Then on Wednesday night, the love birds shared pictures from their mehendi in which Khan donned a gorgeous traditional yellow jora while Shabbir sported a maroon kurta. Both were all smiles as they danced the night away.

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