Anoushay Abbasi, Ainan Arif Abbasi tie the knot

Published September 30, 2014
Anoushay and Ainan's dholki. – Photo courtesy Anoushay Abbasi official Facebook page
Anoushay and Ainan's dholki. – Photo courtesy Anoushay Abbasi official Facebook page

KARACHI: Pakistani actor Anoushay Abbasi — last seen as Arifa (Afzal’s sister) in the super hit drama Pyarey Afzal — on Monday wed Ainan Arif Abbasi.

The actor had shared her plans to marry Abbasi, the son of late cricketer, Taslim Arif Abbasi earlier this month. Anoushay shared some dholki pictures with her fans on her official Facebook page.

"I wanted to share this precious moment with my fans so here are the pictures from our dholki last night remember us in dua's," the actor said on Facebook.

 Anoushay and Ainan
Anoushay and Ainan's dholki. – Photo courtesy Anoushay Abbasi official Facebook page

Anoushay hails from a talented family of writers and artists. Her father Zubair Abbasi was a famous fiction writer, while her brother Shamoon Abbasi and step-sister Javeria Abbasi are well-known actors.

Ainan is also associated with the showbiz industry and made his acting debut with Humayun Saeed’s Main Hoon Shahid Afridi. His mother, Rubina Arif, is also a senior artist in the industry.

Here are some more pictures from their wedding ceremony:

 Anoushay
Anoushay's step-sister Javeria and step-brother Shamoon and Ainan's mother, Rubina seen in a family photograph. – Photo courtesy showbizpak.com

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Anoushay's step-sister Javeria Abbasi (C), poses for a photograph at the wedding. – Photo courtesy showbizpak.com

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