Singer Natasha Noorani officially ties the knot!

Singer Natasha Noorani officially ties the knot!

The 'Choro' singer took to Instagram to announce the news of her marriage.
02 Apr, 2022

Turns out singer Natasha Noorani was working on a special collaboration while being MIA from social media recently — the 'Choro' singer took to Instagram on Saturday (April 2) to announce that she has officially tied the knot.

Noorani shared the news about her marriage in an Instagram post that caught netizens by surprise, none of whom saw this coming. "Sorry for being MIA. [I] was working on the best collaboration of my life," she said. The singer shared photos from her wedding events in the Instagram post.

Noorani wore a traditional bright pink banarsi lehenga by Weaver Story at one of the wedding events. Her bright outfit was paired with gold and emerald jewellery, colourful bangles and the best accessory of them all — a bright smile.

Noorani's choice of song for her entry during an event won our heart. The singer went beyond Bollywood songs and entered to a band playing Beyonce's 'Crazy in Love'.

Noorani opted for a bright cherry red outfit by Rana Noman at another event. She paired the look with a sleek bun, bright red lip and emerald and pearl jewellery. The groom, Zeerak Ahmed, wore an ivory kurta-shalwar with matching waist coat and a pocket square.

Another outfit worn by the singer was a champagne gharara by Kamiar Rokni embellished with gold and crimson red details that she paired with gold jewellery — a teeka, choker and earrings — and a five string pearl necklace.

Musician Natasha Baig congratulated the singer while complimenting her look. Talal Qureshi also dropped by and asked for more details on the epic "collab" that is her marriage.

Noorani broke into mainstream music after she sang 'Baby Baby' on Velo Sound Station in 2020. She was well-known among local music enthusiasts well before this; she was the co-director of one of Pakistan’s most important music festivals, the Lahore Music Meet. She was also a manager of Pakistani pop-rock duo Strings and one half of the retro-pop outfit Biryani Brothers.