Tina Dabi, the all India topper of UPSC exams in 2016, has been creating quite of lot of buzz on social media since her announcement to marry fellow topper Athar Aamir Ul Shafi Khan.
Both flew to London earlier this month to complete their final leg of IAS training programme before taking charge of their respective cadres as civil servants. Tina in particular kept her fans, nearly 1.5 lakh of them, abreast of her goings on from the British capital. While in London, she also made it a point to shut up a troll, who criticised her for enjoying a foreign trip at the expense of taspayers’ money.
Tina returned to Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie in Uttarakhand, to complete the last few days of her stay there. On Thursday, the affable IAS topper posted a series of photos and videos of their cultural performance at the LBSNAA to mark the culmination of their training programme.
The cultural programme included a group song ‘hum rahe ya na rahe per yaad aayenge ye pal,’ a group dance from Behen Hogi Teri track Jaanu Meri Jaan and a performance by Tina and hubby Aamir on a lungi dance to a Telugu song. While Tina has posted the videos of other two performances, she did not post the video of her owndance performance. However, she did post the photos of herself with Aamir, both attired in red printed south Indian lungi and white shirts. Both looked no less than film stars in their new attire.
Going by their fans’ reaction, Tina’s new look has been an instant hit with comments such as ‘best couple,’ ‘lovely couple’ and ‘God bless Both of you’ pouring in on their timeline. Then there were those who urged them to post the video of their performance. One user Sakshi wrote, “u both rock wherever u r together.” User Ramya commented, “Made for each other.”
Recently, when Tina tied the knot to sweetheart and fellow topper Athar Aamir-ul Shafi Khan, the celebrations had lasted for several days as the couple travelled to Delhi, where they hosted a lavish reception. The guests who attended the reception in the national capital had included Vice President Venkaiah Naidu and many senior functionaries of the central government.