Another Indian cricketer is all set to start his second innings. According to sources, Yuvraj Singh will marry actress Hazel Keech in February next year, with the reception in the following day.
The two have been seeing each other for quite some time now. Essex born Hazel has been part of a number of commercials, TV shows like Bigg Boss and Bollywood films. The couple has been spotted together on a number of occasions- be it Harbhajan Singh and Geeta Basra’s wedding or at a temple in Bangalore along with Yuvraj’s mother, Shabnam Singh
.Their wedding was originally fixed on December 13, this year but due to death in the family, it has been postponed to next February. Their traditional style wedding will take place at the Hansaliwale Gurdwara in District Fatehgarh Sahib near Chandigarh.
Harbhajan Singh had given a hint of this on twitter while replying to one of Yuvi’s tweets- “Yuvi u should also come in a line and play straight now. No cut pull.” To this the 33-year-old sixer King replied, “Yes Mr. Harbhajan from Diwali onwards I’m going to play straight see u Tom night.” Indian pacer Zaheer Khan also joined in this friendly banter and tweeted,”Yuvraj I have a wish for u… get married fella ;)”
The 33-year old’s connection with Bollywood goes back a long way. He had a long term relationship with actress Kim Sharma. According to rumours, the two were ready to tie the knot, but his mother Shabnam Singh did not approve. However, according to reports in Pune Times, it was Yuvi’s own decision. The flamboyant cricketer was also linked to Deepika Padukone and Kings XI Punjab co-owner Preity Zinta.
Their Roka ceremony will take place this month. This news about one of India’s most eligible bachelors ready to tying the knot will break many hearts for sure.
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