Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell, one of the most expensive players sold in the IPL auction last week, is engaged to India-origin pharmacist Vini Raman.

Maxwell’s latest Instagram post with Vini received compliment and a witty remark by New Zealand cricketer Jimmy Neesham. Since then people are more eager to know about Maxwell’s India-origin fiancé.  

Vini Raman belongs to a Tamil family who now lives in Melbourne, Australia. She went to Mentone Girls Secondary College in Victoria and completed her studies in medical science and is currently practicing. 

The couple got engaged on February 21, 2020 in a traditional Indian ceremony. Vini posted a picture on Instagram sharing about her one year engagement anniversary with a caption, “O•N•E year being your fiancé 🥰💍”.

She often shares pictures on her social media account about her travel diaries, shoots and with her finance Glenn James Maxwell.

In the year 2019, Glenn Maxwell took a break from international cricket due to mental health issues. He later said that his girlfriend Vini Raman had helped him acknowledge his issues. 

Also Read: Glenn Maxwell posts photo with Indian-origin fiance, Jimmy Neesham’s comment steals the show

“I think I was pretty cooked. I decided to take some time off and a big reason as to why I took that time away was because I was mentally and physically ruined from. I think it was eight months on the road and living out of a suitcase,” Maxwell had said. 

He added, “It was actually my partner who suggested I speak to someone, she was the first person who noticed it. Once I had that initial conversation it was a huge weight off my shoulders.”

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by VINI (@vini.raman)

Also Read:Big ‘pawri’ for Glenn Maxwell: Twitter flooded with memes as he bags Rs 14.25 crores at auction

Vini Ramam was once trolled on Instagram for choosing a ‘white boy’ to which she replied, “Loving a white person doesn’t mean I’m embarrassed to be an Indian. Loving a white person is my choice and I shouldn’t have to worry about what others will think.”