On January 20, 2024, Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik created a buzz on the internet by revealing his third marriage to Pakistani actress Sana Javed. This official announcement coincided with swirling rumors of the cricketer’s separation from his second wife, Indian tennis player Sania Mirza. The unexpected news left internet users astonished within minutes of the wedding announcement.

The couple took to their social media handles to make the official announcement, sharing a joint post from their nikaah ceremony.

The pictures featured Shoaib Malik and Sana Javed donning traditional wedding outfits, both adorned with wide smiles. One of the photos captured a moment of Shoaib embracing his bride, Sana Javed. “Alhamdullilah. And we created you in pairs,” read the caption alongside the post.
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In case you are curious to know more about Shoaib Malik’s third wife, apart from being a Pakistani actress, here’s all you need to know!

Sania Mirza confirms divorce with Shoaib Malik after his wedding with Sana Javed

Sana Javed, the Pakistani actress, was born on March 25, 1993, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. After finishing her schooling in Jeddah, she relocated to Lahore with her family. Later, she graduated from the University of Karachi. In 2012, she entered the world of glitz and glamour by making her acting debut with the TV series Shehr-e-Zaat.
Moreover, Sana Javed gained significant recognition for her performance in the lead role in the romantic drama, Khaani. Additionally, she is well-known for her roles in various Urdu television shows such as Behadd, Ruswai, Dunk, Shareek-e-Hayat, Dino Ki Dulhaniya, and I Love You Zada.
When it comes to her presence on social media, the actress has a massive following on Instagram, boasting over 8.5 million followers.

Not many know that Sana Javed was previously married to Pakistani actor, singer-songwriter, and music producer Umar Jaiswal. They got married in a private nikah ceremony at her home in Karachi in October 2020, making them one of the most talked-about couples in the entertainment industry. Unfortunately, their marital happiness came to an end, and they divorced in 2023.
Although there was no official announcement about the separation, both Sana Javed and Umar Jaiswal removed all their posts together from their social media, indicating that the couple had either ended their relationship or gone through a divorce.

Days before Shoaib Malik officially announced his third marriage, Sania Mirza posted a cryptic note on Instagram that attracted a lot of attention, intensifying rumors about their potential divorce.
“Marriage is hard. Divorce is hard. Choose your hard. Obesity is hard. Being fit is hard. Choose your hard. Being in debt is hard. Being financially disciplined is hard. Choose your hard. Communication is hard. Not communicating is hard. Choose your hard. Life will never be easy. It will always be hard. But we can choose our hard. Pick wisely,” the note read.
Shoaib Malik married Ayesha Siddiqui in 2002 but later divorced her in 2010. In the same year, he entered into wedlock with a former Indian tennis player in Hyderabad, followed by a Walima ceremony in Sialkot, Pakistan. The couple welcomed a baby boy in October 2018 and named him Izhaan Mirza Malik.

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