Rumours of Shoaib Malik & Sania Mirza separation make rounds. Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza have one cross border love story which has stood the test of times. Despite multiple issues coming between both the countries, the couple has stood together. Sania Mirza is a world renowned tennis star and Shoaib Malik is a big name of Pakistan cricket history. They are parents to a son Izhaan Mirza Malik.
Usually, people of the present generation do not believe in superstitions, orthodox practices, or myths. But individuals from the previous generation are gullible and still adhere to such ungrounded practices and believe in myths. Recently, Cricketer Shoaib Malik appeared alongside actor Ushna Shah on Nida Yasir’s sehri show, on which the ace athlete made a revelation about his wife Sania Mirza following certain conventional practices to get her son a fair complexion.
Recently, the tennis star revealed that she was once offered a role in a Bollywood film. In an interview, Sania revealed how she was offered to do an “item number” for a movie. At the time, Sajid Khan, a close friend, made the suggestion.
Internet is rife with rumours of the couple getting separated now. They got married in 2010 in a highly controversial landscape with another woman accusing Shoaib of marrying her first. But the couple still stood together strong. But after 12 years and a son together, there are rumours that they are allegedly separated and only co-parenting son Izhaan Mirza Maik.
Rumours of Shoaib Malik & Sania Mirza separation make rounds
Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik recently celebrated son Izhaan’s birthday together and Sania did not post the pictures from the party on her Instagram but Shoaib did. Allegedly cheating has been involved and internet thinks Shoaib cheated on Sania during some show he was shooting for but none of the two has said anything.
Does that mean the Pakistani cricketer is in trouble over something? Recently, he garnered headlines for his sizzling shoot with actress Ayesha Omar. The photoshoot sparked memes. With many asserting the sportsman might be in trouble with ‘Bhabi G’.