LAHORE: Meera fans, listen up! According to the latest reports, the actor will soon be making things official with the much talked about Captain Naveed in an elaborate ceremony scheduled to be held in Lahore next month.
This news comes just a few weeks after Meera hinted that she was going to tie the knot soon but refused to disclose the identity of her groom-to-be. The Pakistani star said she wanted to keep the details private as every time she has spoken about marriage, the media caused her anguish by giving rise to countless hurdles which is probably the reason as to why she has not been able to get married yet.
Perhaps the biggest hurdle has been an objectionable viral video of Meera and Naveed’s which allegedly prompted both families to banish the Nazar star from their homes. It must also be noted that Meera is already caught up in a legal battle with a man named Sheikh Atique who claims to be her first husband.
However, things seemed to have taken a turn for the better now. Meera’s father Sarwer Shah told media that she has only signed a nikkah with Naveed in the US about two years ago and now, the families are simply hosting the receptions.
“Meera has had her nikkah with Captain Naveed already but there was this issue of Sheikh Atique that sprung up; he was claiming to be married to my daughter,” said Sarwar. “But he has not been able to provide any solid proof of their alleged marriage and our family wants to move on from this. The time is right for Meera and Naveed. We will announce the dates next month and send invitations out to all our relatives and family members.”
Interestingly, Meera has previously denied reports of being married. While her nor Naveed, the former’s family revealed that they are planning to marry her off in a purely Eastern fashion. Both families have already arrived in the city to prepare for the impending nuptials.
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