In Pics: Atif Aslam ties the knot with Sara Bharwana
Friday, March 29, 2013 15:54 IST
The 'Woh Lamhe' singer marries his fiance of two years Sara Bharwana at Lahore

The Pakistani singer who has rendered songs like Woh lamhein woh baatein, Tera hone laga hoon and Pehli nazar mein had been engaged to Sara two years ago.


The mehndi ceremony was held on Tuesday while the walima is being slated for today.

The singer posted on his social networking site, `U guys have always been a part of my family and have stood by me...


I am delighted to let all of you know that...... Her insan ka zindagi main aik na aik din WIYAAAH hona hota hayyy, , , and my big day has finally arrived with your prayers....

Aur jis jis ki shadi ne hui abhi tak, , , KUJ SHARAM KERO TAY WIYAAH KER LO hun lol.`
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