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Sofia Hayat to disclose more details about relationship with Rohit Sharma in her book

She earlier admitted of having a relationship with the current Indian ODI vice-captain.

Sofia Hayat
Sofia Hayat. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Sofia Hayat has been hogging the limelight over the last few days as some of her old tweets related to Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma resurfaced again. The reality TV star also came out to clear that all of those tweets were edited and photoshopped by others and she hadn’t written those tweets. However, Sofia has admitted that she was in a relationship for close to a year with India’s vice-captain Rohit and is set to reveal the same in her upcoming book.

Sofia and Rohit were in a relationship back in 2012 when the cricketer was unmarried and also struggling in his career due to injuries and form. She is now set to pen all the incidents of her life and publish a book which will also have details about her love life with Rohit.

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According to the reports in SpotBoyE, Sofia Hayat will be writing a book on her life to reveal some of the never heard details which will also include minute details about the time she had spent with Rohit who recently was blessed with a baby girl and he named her Samaira.

Sofia claims Rohit kissed her

Earlier, Sofia Hayat had confirmed to SpotBoyE that she had an affair with Rohit Sharma and the cricketer also kissed her after meeting in London. Moreover, the ex Bigg Boss contestant also claims that Rohit came to stay at her house after a few days.

“I met him in a club in London. My friend told me ‘he is Rohit Sharma’ but I really didn’t know as I don’t see cricket much. Anyway, we got talking to each other and soon moved over to a quieter place in the club. It went pretty quickly from there. He kissed me. It was pretty nice. After that, we danced together. 4 days later he came to stay with me in my house,” she said.

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