IAS, Tina Dabi's Ex, Athar Amir Also Set To Remarry, His Bride-To-Be Flaunts A Huge Diamond Ring

After IAS topper, Tina Dabi's grand wedding, her ex-husband, Athar Amir Khan is all set to get married. Check out pictures from his engagement!


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IAS, Tina Dabi's Ex, Athar Amir Also Set To Remarry, His Bride-To-Be Flaunts A Huge Diamond Ring

Athar Amir Khan, who is the second topper of the 2015 UPSC batch, is all set to remarry the love of his life. For the unversed, Athar Amir Khan was earlier married to Indian Administrative Service, Tina Dabi. On June 2, 2022, Athar Amir Khan exchanged rings with Dr Mehreen Qazi. After which, pictures of their intimate celebrations started trending on the internet.

Recently, IAS topper, Tina Dabi had restarted her life by tying the knot with Dr Pradeep Gawande in Jaipur, Rajasthan in April 2022. Pictures and videos from the ceremony had left everyone in awe. It feels immense pleasure to know that the ex-couple have restarted their life with their better halves.

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In Picture: Tina Dabi with her husband Dr Pradeep Gawande in April 2022

On June 3, 2022, Athar Amir took to his Instagram handle and posted a beautiful picture with his fiance. In the picture, the couple was dressed up in their casual ensemble. However, we loved the bride-to-be, Mehreen's white dress left us in awe. But it was her huge diamond ring on her mehendi-clad hands that accentuated her look even more.

We also got hold of pictures from their engagement ceremony, which was clicked by the photography team of KK Studios. For the ceremony, the groom, Athar wore white kurta-pyjama with a printed sleeveless jacket. On the other hand, the bride-to-be donned a cream-coloured floral lehenga with rani pink choli and a matching dupatta.

We cannot wait to see pictures from Athar's wedding! What about you?

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