India captain Virat Kohli is perhaps the biggest name in world cricket. He is famous worldwide with 150 million + followers alone on Instagram. His personality and batting leave even opposition in awe. Similarly, a number of Pakistan fans admire him including the wife of star Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali. In an interactive session on Instagram, Shamia Arzoo had reportedly revealed that Virat Kohli is her favourite batsman and she is a big fan. She is an Indian from Haryana who had tied the knot with Ali.
Thanks to everyone for your wishes on this auspicious occasion which is very close to my heart. May Allah bless all the people who have shown love and support to us. Keep us in your prayers. #HassanWedsSamiya pic.twitter.com/eBVbLK2fR6
— Hassan Ali 🇵🇰 (@RealHa55an) August 21, 2019
Shamia Arzoo got married to Hasan Ali in 2019 in a wedding ceremony in Dubai, UAE. She is a flight engineer with Emirates Airlines and her family resides in New Delhi. The duo had met in Dubai where the couple started dating each other before finally tying the knot. As per reports, Hassan Ali is the fourth Pakistani cricketer to marry an Indian girl, after Zaheer Abbas, Mohsin Khan and Shoaib Malik.
Earlier in the 2019 World Cup, a female fan had become an internet sensation after her statement- “Mujhe Virat dedo” in an interview.
India captain has scored unbeaten 169 runs in 3 innings against Pakistan in T20 World Cup.
1st encounter– Virat Kohli guided India to a comprehensive victory in his first match against Pakistan on September 30, 2012. He smashed an unbeaten 78 off just 61 balls at a strike rate of 127.86. It comprised a couple of sixes and eight boundaries. He won the Player of the Match award.
Result: India beat Pakistan by 8 wickets
2nd encounter– Virat Kohli smashed an unbeaten 36 as India chased down a below-par total against Pakistan. He played at a strike rate of 112.5 on Match 21, 2014 and guided India to another win.
Result: India beat Pakistan by 7 wickets
3rd encounter– In his last match against Pakistan in T20 World Cup on March 19, 2016, Virat Kohli had smashed unbeaten 55 at a strike rate of 148.64 comprising seven fours and a six.
Result: India beat Pakistan by 6 wickets