Glenn Maxwell is going to marry an Indian girl, their wedding card get viral

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The legendary player of Australia and Royal Challengers Bangalore, Glenn Maxwell is going to tie the knot on March 27, 2022.

He will marry a girl of Indian origin. Maxwell's wedding is going to be a private event in which only 350 of his closest friends and family are going to participate in this.

Glenn Maxwell's wedding card is getting viral on social media platforms.

Glenn Maxwell ties the knot in Tamil rituals

Since Vini belongs to a Tamil family. This is the reason why the wedding is going to happen in Tamil traditions.

A year ago, Vini had also shared a few pictures from her Indian traditional engagement ceremony on her Instagram handle. Let us tell you that Glenn Maxwell has a long attachment to India.

While talking with www.cricket.com.au, Maxwell said that he wanted to keep his marriage private.

Relatives of Vini's family who are living in India now get more excited because of this marriage and that's why they ask some friends to show their wedding cards.

Because of this, their wedding card became viral on social media. He also said that when he shows his card from him on Twitter then people are retweeting his card from him and that's why he has gone viral.

Glenn Maxwell and his lady love

A year ago they both get to engage with each other and now they have once again come into the limelight for their wedding to start a month later.

Maxwell shared the news of their engagement which was later shared by his fiancé on the official insta ID.

Now the news is coming that both will get married in Melbourne in March according to traditional Tamil rituals.

A few years back in 2019 and 2020 Winnie appeared with Glenn Maxwell at some public events including the Australian Cricket Awards Awards.

Vini is a pharmacist by profession in her Instagram ID she writes everything.

In Chennai Vini Raman's family ancestors live he was born and brought up in Australia where he studied pharmacy.

Before his birth, Vini Raman's father Venkata Raman and mother Vijayalakshmi Raman had migrated to Australia