Sania Mirza’s Punjabi ‘I Love You’ leaves Shoaib Malik in splits
With the COVID-19 pandemic leading to a complete halt to all cricketing ties since mid-March, many cricketers have been very active on social media platforms.
In this regard, Pakistan's veteran all-rounder and former skipper Shoaib Malik joined the bandwagon recently, where the 38-year-old had his wife and tennis star Sania Mirza as a guest in his latest Instagram live session. The two had a blast where they shared their likes and dislikes in front of fans. In addition, Sania pointed out Shoaib's support in her career post their marriage.
Nonetheless, the most entertaining part came when Shoaib asked his better-half to say 'I love you' in Punjabi. Sania had a tough time coping up with the challenge whereas her several attempts evoked laughter from Shoaib.
Shoaib to Sania: Say that I love you in Punjabi...😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/RocauCZI7Y— Taimoor Zaman (@taimoor_ze) July 4, 2020
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.