Sania’s obligations for her job prevented Malik from spending Eid with her as he had hoped.
Since 2022, reviews of divorce between Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik and former Indian tennis participant Sania Mirza have been doing rounds on the internet. The cause for the identical is that the cricketer is believed to be relationship Pakistani actress Ayesha Omar. However, Malik has now opened up about the rumors regarding his private life.
The former Pakistan cricket captain cited that he wished to rejoice Eid with Sania however was once unable to do so due to her expert commitments. He went on to say that the ace tennis participant used to be occupied with the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL), the place she is doing shows. He delivered that all he desired to say is that he misses her too much.
During a dialog with the Pakistani information channel Geo News programme, Malik was once asked, “Khabre chal rahi hai, taluqat acche nahi hai (Rumours are going round that all is now not nicely in your relationship with Sania). What do you favor to say?”
To which he responded, “Nothing on it (relationship rumours). On Eid I would like to say that had we been collectively it would have been great. But she has bought commitments in IPL. She is doing indicates in IPL. That’s why we are no longer together. We share love like always. I leave out her a lot, that I can say. There are (professional) commitments. But Eid is a day when you omit a lot the human beings who are shut to you. This is way neither I launched a announcement nor did she.”
However, Ayesha Omar had before replied to Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik’s divorce reports. When requested about her purported relationship with the cricketer, she stated that she will in no way be attracted to a dedicated or married man. Notably, Ayesha’s identify has been related with Malik because the two seemed collectively in a image shoot in 2021.
“I will by no means be attracted to a married or dedicated man ever. Everyone is aware of me… that goes barring saying,” stated the actress.