Bridal photo shoot of Bangladeshi cricketer goes viral

This photo shoot of Sanjida Islam took place in a cricket field which went viral on social media as soon as it was seen – Photo: AFP

Nowadays, there is a growing trend to make wedding photo shoots unique with brand new ideas, and photo shoots of married couples, while memorable for them, are also becoming popular due to their uniqueness.

Recently, the wedding photo shoot of Bangladesh’s national women’s team cricketer Sanjeeda Islam went viral in which she is seen batting in her wedding dress. Sanjeeda Islam, 24, is married to Rangpur-based first-class cricketer Meem Musaddiq and was seen wearing traditional glitter, jewelery and batting during the photo shoot. This photo shoot of Sanjida Islam took place in a cricket field which went viral on social media.

The female cricketer later shared photos of her wedding ceremony on her social media accounts.

After which the International Cricket Council (ICC) also shared his photos on its account.

The ICC wrote in its post that the dress, jewelry, cricket bat, cricketer’s wedding photo shoot is like this.

On the other hand, ESPN cricinfo shared photos of the serious Islam bridal photo shoot on their social media accounts.

“Wedding photo shoot that made us all bold,” ESPN Kirk Info wrote in a tweet.

Sanjeeda Islam has played 16 ODIs and 54 T20I matches in her 8-year international career. She has scored a total of 174 runs in ODIs and has scored 520 runs in T20I matches. The Bangladeshi cricketer made his international debut against Ireland in Dublin in 2012 and represented Bangladesh against Sri Lanka in Melbourne in this year’s T20 World Cup.

“She didn’t intend to pose with the bat,” Sanjeeda Islam told AFP, referring to her photo shoot.

She said she had gone to the stadium with Mem Mussaddiq the day before her wedding.

“I saw some children playing and I couldn’t stop myself. My colleagues captured these moments beautifully in pictures,” said Sanjida Islam.

“I shared the photos on Facebook and Instagram as usual, I had no idea they would go viral,” he said.