Nadia Shahid Afridi Biography Age, Height, Family, Net Worth

Shahid Afridi, a former Pakistani all-rounder and one the most fascinating players in the world, is Shahid Afridi. Afridi Bamboozled the World in his first game after being selected as a 16 year old to play for Pakistan. He blasted a 37-ball hundred, which was the fastest time at the time. He is well-known for his aggressive stroke play, and ability to score big starting at ball one. Afridi was instrumental in Pakistan’s victory in the 2009 T20 World Cup. He was awarded player of the tournament. The award was also awarded to Afridi in the previous edition. Pakistan reached the final, but did not win the trophy. After a career that lasted 21 years, Afridi announced his retirement in February 2017. He also said goodbye to a distinguished career. We will learn more about Shahid Afridi and Nadia Afridi, his wife.

Nadia Shahid Afridi Biography

Full NameNadia Shahid Afridi
Famous ForBeing the wife of Shahid Afridi

Nadia Shahid Afridi Personal Life

Date of Birth29 January 1984
Day of BirthSunday
Age (as in 2020)36 Years
BirthplaceKarachi, Pakistan
Zodiac signAquarius
HometownKarachi, Pakistan
Educational QualificationNot Known
FamilyNot Known

Nadia Shahid Afridi Relationships & More

Marital StatusMarried
Affairs/BoyfriendsShahid Afridi
Marriage Date21 October 2000
Husband/SpouseShahid Afridi (Cricketer, m.2000-present)
ChildrenSon- None
Daughter(s)- Aqsa, Asmara, Ajwa, Ansha & 1 more (born in February 2020)
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