Sania Mirza’s attempt to say ‘I Love You’ in Punjabi leaves husband Shoaib Malik in splits

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With the coronavirus pandemic situation all over the world, the sporting schedules have gone for a toss and a lockdown has been imposed. The cricketers are confined to the four walls of the house to break the chain of the virus.


Recently, Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik, who has started hosting shows on Instagram, invited Indian tennis ace and his wife Sania Mirza, and the duo shared their likes and dislikes with the audience.

Speaking during an hour-long show, Sania revealed about Shoaib’s support for her professional career. Sania married Shoaib when she was on a break because of wrist injury and she was not sure of her comeback.


In the live chat, there was also an instance when Shoaib asked Sania to say ‘I Love You’ in Punjabi but she couldn’t. It was hilarious to watch Sania trying to form a sentence without any clue.

Even though Shoaib tried his best to help out Sania but she was still finding it difficult. Both burst into laughter after the Pakistani all-rounder told his wife the meaning of her sentences.

In the end, Shoaib helped Sania in speaking the correct sentence i.e. “Mennu twaade naal mohabbat hai”. He even revealed that Sania was his first guest who failed to perform in punishment as. “Mera pehla aisa guest hai jisko maine punishment di aur wo usme bhi haar gaya”, said Shoaib.



Before inviting Sania for an Instagram chat, Shoaib had a conversation with current Pakistan ODI and T20I skipper Babar Azam where he asked the cricketer to name his favourite Bhabhi (brother’s wife).

Babar, in his reply, named Khushbakht, the wife of Pakistan’s former skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed. The comment did not go well with Sania who jokingly wrote “I will kill you” in the comments section and also comically said that Babar will no longer be allowed to sleep on their couch anymore.


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