Wasim Akram Reunites With His Daughter After “10 Months Apart”

After “10 months apart,” former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram reunited with his daughter Aiyla. On his official Twitter account, the great pacer also shared a lovely moment when he finally saw his daughter, posting a small footage of their reunion.

Despite the fact that Akram did not give credit for the beautiful video, admirers assume it was shot by his wife Shaniera Akram. Wasim Akram captioned the video on the microblogging site, “Finally seeing my kid after 10 months away.”

Akram also thanked his wife Shaniera, a social worker from Australia, for taking such good care of their “little princess.”

“Thank you, Shaniera,” Akram continued, “for raising such a beautiful little princess while we were away.”

The tweet went viral almost immediately.

Harsha Bhogle, a commentator, was one of the first to respond to Akram’s message. Bhogle wrote in response to the video “It’s lovely. The softie living within a scary fast bowler.

“It’s wonderful to see this… I remember my kid running up to me and hugging me when I returned home from work a few years ago… She is now a mature teenager, about my height, and will undoubtedly surpass me in a few months… Daughters are definitely different “Another person commented on the post.

It was called a “awesome” and “beautiful” moment by others.

Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, Akram has been separated from his family for the past ten months. His wife and daughter were in Australia when he was in Pakistan.

Last month, the 55-year-old flew to Australia to rejoin with his family, and after completing his 14-day quarantine, he was able to meet them.


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