Tamim Iqbal, the hard hitter Bangladeshi batsman has tied the knot with a beautiful girl named Ayesha Siddiqua on 22nd June 2013. This marriage has resulted from a true and dramatic love story, which will make you feel the depth of love. Tamim and Ayesha have done the hard-working job of continuing the love for a long 8 years and finally marry each other in grand style.
Tamim first saw Ayesha at the Sunshine Grammar School, Chittagong. She was very beautiful at that time like now. It was a first sight love for Tamim. At that time, Ayesha was in standard 8 and Tamim was in A-level. All love stories do not have a dramatic starting. But this one had. Tamim proposed her with the help of his female friend. But like most of the conventional Bangladeshi girls, Ayesha refused!
Tamim tried more and more but in vain. At last, he offered friendship request to her. She accepted his request. Thus she knew many unknown things about Tamim. At first, she thought, Tamim is a bad boy. But, soon she discovered, Tamim is the real tiger of Bangladesh. The love story had another twist! Ayesha’s family did not know about her love. They sent Ayesha to Malaysia for higher studies. Tamim was so upset at that time. But then he got chance in the Bangladesh National Team as a hard hitter opening batsman. Since then, he never looked back in his career and still one of the top openers in world cricket.
By earning some money, Tamim got the chance of visiting Malaysia frequently just for meeting Ayesha. Malaysian Airlines became Tamim’s favorite vehicle! This romance lasted for 8 years. And then Ayesha told his family about Tamim. They knew that Tamim is one of the best husbands that she could have. So the happy ending has happened.
Here are some of the photos of the wedding ceremony:
The wedding ceremony happened in grand style. 5000 people were present at that ceremony. They wished the new couple a happy married life. People of Bangladesh also showed very much interest in this wedding as Tamim Iqbal is the most entertaining hero of Bangladeshi cricket.