Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik set to feature in a reality show amid rumours of separation
Lately, there were rumors circulating over the couple's fallout but now fans are calling it a 'publicity stunt'.
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OTT platform Urduflix has announced the new upcoming reality show featuring the star couple Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza, the Mirza Malik Show. Rumors about struggles in the couple's relationship were circulating on the internet for the last few days but this new announcement has squashed the reports, suggesting all is fine.
Earlier this month, the former Indian tennis star posted a cryptic message on her Instagram page with a caption, "The moments that get me through the hardest days." This post started making the rounds on the internet suggesting that the couple is heading for a potential divorce. On November 8, the Tennis ace further fuelled the rumors with another confusing post with a caption, “Where do broken hearts go? To find Allah."
Was that all part of a publicity stunt? Fans react:
Amid the rumors of a possible separation, the internet also came up with the idea of the third person being the reason behind the couple's recent struggles. Year-old pictures of Shoaib and the star Pakistani singer Ayesh Omar involved in a bold photoshoot emerged on social media. The legendary Pakistani all-rounder has not made any official comment or given any statement over the rumors of a rift with his wife yet.
But now everything seems okay with Urduflix's new reality show on couple's life is on the way. Urduflix posted a photo of the couple with a captain, "The Mirza Malik Show very soon only on Urduflix," on their official Instagram handle on November 13.
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Fans now are reacting with mixed emotions to the latest developments with the couple's upcoming reality show. Few are suggesting that all the recent rumors and cryptic posts were part of a publicity stunt to promote their show. But there were many who seemed relieved on learning that everything is all well between the former Pakistani captain and Indian Tennis legend.