Indian National Cricket Team Test player Hanuma Vihari has recently tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend and fashion designer Preethiraj Yeruva on Sunday. The star cricketer took to Instagram to divulge the news.

Meanwhile, Hanuma Vihari was a part of the Delhi Capitals in the recently concluded IPL. Packed with star cricketers, Vihari failed to get enough game time. He played only two games and managed to score only fours and never made a return to the playing XI. Delhi had a good run in the tournament before losing out to Chennai Super Kings in the Qualifier 2.

Vihari ties knot with longtime girlfriend

Although Vihari had an off time inside the cricket field, the Hyderabad cricketer is currently in cloud nine on his personal life. Hanuma Vihari married his girlfriend Preethiraj in the presence of friends and family. According to reports as many as 1,500 friends and family members attended the grand wedding. The duo tied the knot at Hanamakonda, Warangal, which is the hometown of Hanuma’s father-in-law Jerva Rajanad Reddy.

Twitter

Also read: ICC World Cup 2019: We Will Look to Focus on the Process and Give Our Best, Says Virat Kohli

Hanuma Vihari posted a heart touching image from the wedding on Instagram. He also promised to keep that smile on his wife’s face for the rest of her life.

“I promise to keep that smile on you forever! I love you. ♥️ Thanks everyone for you love and wishes,” Vihari wrote along with the picture.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by hanuma vihari (@viharigh) on

Meanwhile, both Hanuma Vihari and Preethiraj Yeruva looked dashing in traditional attire.  He looked dapper in an off-white Sherwani with a silk dhoti pants and a royal white turban with gold embellishments. he bride, Preethiraj, looked beautiful in a red and cream kanjivaram saree with a half-sleeved red blouse that had heavy and detailed work on it.

The 25-year-old cricketer has represented India in four Test matches scoring 167 runs including one half-century. He is likely to be next seen during the two-match Test series against Windies after the ICC World Cup.