Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Glen Maxwell to marry Indian-origin fiancée in March

Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell will marry his Indian-origin fiancée Vini Raman later this month. The two are set to tie the knot on March 27.

Their traditional Tamil wedding card has gone viral.

Actress Kasturi Shankar wrote on Instagram “GlennvMaxwell marrying Vini Raman. Going by the cute traditional Tamil muhurta patrikai, we’d bet there may likely be a TamBram ceremony… Will there be a white gown wedding too? Congratulations Glenn and Vini!”

Maxwell and Vini had got engaged to each other just before the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. They’ve been dating for quite some time and have been photographed together since 2017. Vini graduated from Mentone Girls Secondary College with a degree in medical science and now works as a pharmacist in Melbourne.

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Maxwell was one of RCB’s three retained players ahead of the IPL 2022 season and will be paid Rs. 11 crores. The other two retentions by RCB were Virat Kohli and Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj.

Maxwell joined RCB in IPL 2021 after being released by Punjab Kings and was one of their star performers as they advanced to the playoffs. In 15 games he scored 513 runs at a strike rate of 144.10.

Maxwell is currently playing in a five-match T20I series for Australia against Sri Lanka.

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