On the one hand, social media is rife with reports of a breakup between Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik and Indian tennis player Sania Mirza.
The “Mirza Malik Show” will begin airing shortly, according to a report in the Indian publication “Hindustan Times” from Urdu Flex.
Remember that Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza haven’t verified or disputed the reports of their separation that have been spreading on social media for the past few weeks.
Urdu Flex has announced that “The Mirza Malik Show,” which will appear shortly on the OTT platform, will go on air via a post on the social media blogging site Instagram.
On the other hand, social media users are speculating that the separation news might be bogus or propaganda.
On Twitter, a different fan questioned whether the news of the breakup was merely promoted for one episode.
However, many social media users expressed their joy upon hearing about the broadcast. One user remarked that it was enjoyable to listen to “The Mirza Malik Show,” and he wished the couple safety. Another user speculated that the show may have been recorded before to their split. completed, and neither party even acknowledged the breakup.
It should be remembered that Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza wed in April 2010—13 years prior—and that even today, both athletes compete for their respective nations.
They both agreed to live together in Dubai after the wedding, but they also traveled to Pakistan and India for a few days.
On October 30, 2018, their first boy was born after eight years of marriage.
It should be noted that the rumors about Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza performing on stage together first surfaced on December 6, 2021.
At a press conference in Dubai, Shoaib Malik had announced that he and his partner would soon begin a chat show on the social media blogging platform Instagram.
In response to a query, Sania Mirza stated that her concert would last an hour, be humorous, and give the audience members a chance to express their experiences.
He claimed that although the concept of his show differs slightly from “Kapil Sharma Show,” it will in some ways be comparable to that show.
In answer to a query, Shoaib Malik laughed and remarked that now that he had the opportunity to be on film, he will make others yearn to do the same.
The founder of Urdu Flix, Farhan Gohar, stated during a press conference that attendees from both Pakistan and India would be invited to the “Mirza, Malik Show,” which would be the biggest show in the area and take place in Dubai.
He also expressed the wish that both Pakistan and India will enjoy “Mirza, Malik Show.”