'Expectation vs reality' - Sania Mirza compares life after being married for 10 years with Shoaib Malik

‘Expectation vs reality’ – Sania Mirza compares life after being married for 10 years with Shoaib Malik

Last month, Sania had announced that she was going to help those in need by providing them with food and other basic necessities.

Shoaib Malik & Sania Mirza
Shoaib Malik & Sania Mirza. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Cricketer Shoaib Malik and Tennis player Saina Mirza completed 10 years of togetherness on 12 April. The couple had hogged the headlines after marrying each other in 2010 in Hyderabad and now, they also have a son named Izhaan.

Shoaib and Sania celebrated their 10th marriage anniversary on Sunday and the latter made sure that she dished out something hilarious for her fans on this memorable occasion. While celebrating tenth marriage anniversary, Sania Mirza shared a hilarious still on Twitter showing her life after 10 years of marriage. Sania posted two pictures– one which fans expect and one which is the reality.

“Happy Anniversary @realshoaibmalik,” Sania wrote. She added, “A decade of being married looks like this!! Expectation vs reality. Swipe right for reality.”

Sania Mirza also joined hands to battle the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

At the moment, the whole world is grappling with the outbreak of coronavirus and both India and Pakistan have been suffering from the effects of the pandemic. In these trying times, many prominent names including Sania Mirza came forward and contribute to aid in the battle against the outbreak of COVID-19.

Last month, Sania had announced that she was going to help those in need by providing them with food and other basic necessities. The tennis star had announced that within a week’s time the organisation had raised Rs 1.25 crore which will help around one lakh people.

“The last week we have tried as a team to provide some help to the people in need..we provided food to thousands of families and raised 1.25 Crore in one week which will help close to 1 lakh people.its an ongoing effort and we are in this together @youthfeedindia @safaindia,” the tennis player had tweeted last month.

Shoaib Malik was also in news recently for his spat with cricketer-turned-commentator Ramiz Raja. Raja had suggested Malik and Mohammad Hafeez to retire from international cricket so that youngsters could pave their way into the side. However, Malik, contradicting to Raja’s statement, had responded by saying that Raja should also consider retiring in the near future.