On Saturday, January 20, former Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik got married to actor Sana Javed. The couple announced the same on their social media accounts with delightful pictures from the ceremony. Two days after their wedding, Sana updated her Instagram name to “Sana Shoaib Malik,” though her username, ‘Sana Javed Official,’ remains unchanged.

Shoaib Malik gets trolled after annoucing marriage with Sana Javed, netizens support Sania Mirza

This would be Shoaib’s third wedding, he was earlier reportedly married to Ayesha Siddiqui and then ace tennis player Sania Mirza, while Sana was married to Umair Jaiswal. In a recent Samaa TV podcast, experienced Pakistani journalist Naeem Hanif disclosed intriguing details about the relationship between Shoaib Malik and Sana Javed, claiming that the two of them have been in a relationship for nearly three years.
She claimed that the two initially met on a reality show, developing an immediate attraction. Surprisingly, when invited to TV programs, Malik allegedly requested producers to include Sana. Despite apparent contentment in their previous marriages, the connection between Malik and Javed grew stronger. Sania Mirza, upon discovering the affair, informed Shoaib Malik’s family. In response, the family flew to Dubai to encourage reconciliation, but Shoaib and Sania chose to proceed with a divorce, declining another chance at the relationship. Sania’s family disclosed about the divorce post Shoaib’s wedding.

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