Zaheer Khan, one of Indian cricket’s most accomplished pace bowlers, married his longtime partner and actress Sagarika Ghatge, star of the film Chak De, on November 23, 2017. But that is something most people know about already, and their relationship before that was never kept a secret either. But what you may not know is that the celeb couple are currently on their honeymoon in the sunny beaches of the Maldives. Here is a look at some photos from their trip. ALSO READ: Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge Married: Throwback Travel Photos of the Newlyweds Also Read - Ashish Nehra Believes Longer Than Expected Breaks Bigger Challenge For Fast Bowlers
Sagarika Ghatge announced their arrival at the Maldives!
Pampering themselves at the five-star Ayada Maldives resort
A glimpse of the ocean view that Maldives has to offer
What a view to wake up to!
The newly married Sagarika Ghatge chills out at the Noonu Atoll
The couple catch dinner under the starlit sky while on their cruise
And they complete their first dive!
And we leave you with this incredible shot of Sagarika Ghatge watching the setting sun
The newlyweds couldn’t have chosen a better location for their honeymoon, we think. With stunning stretches of white sand, a diverse underwater environment teeming with life, and luxurious resorts, the Maldives is pretty much a quintessential honeymoon destination. It has more than 1,000 islands, almost all of which have naturally beautiful beaches that can make most others in the world seem like rocky shoals. The soft white sand and the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean here spoil you, as do the resorts. NOW READ: Hot Videos of Shenaz Treasury From Maldives Will Totally Spark Your Wanderlust
We certainly hope that Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge experience everything that Maldives has to offer, especially the biodiversity hidden underwater. The Maldives has some of the best snorkeling and diving sites in the world, with multicolored coral reefs, schools of various tropical fish and sharks and turtles and manta rays all awaiting you underwater.