Sania Mirza Fires Up On Her Trolls, Asked People To Keep A Distance From Her Private Life


India earlier defeated Pakistan at Manchester by 89 runs in a rain-affected match. For this defeat, Pakistan fans were extremely disappointed because their team was defeated by arch-rivals India for the seventh time in this history of World Cup. Many took to social media to express their disappointment and Sania Mirza was their victims as well. People trolled her left and right, as his husband Shoaib Malik was out on a duck without bothering the team’s score. Now it seems she has reacted to all trolls and gave a befitting reply to her trollers.

The Viral Video

On a viral video surfing all over the internet and social media, the Pakistani all-rounder Shoaib Malik along with his wife and Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and other Pakistani cricketers like Wahab Riaz and Imam-ul Haq were reportedly seen enjoying shisha at the lounge a day before the World Cup match in the footage. This was blamed as the chief reason for the defeat by the Pakistan fans and media.


Sania’s Reply to Trolls

The six-time grand slam winner and India’s tennis star Sania Mirza reacted strongly to the video outing dinner with with her husband Shoaib Malik before the India-Pakistan World Cup clash at Manchester. She expressed her anger over the video being shot without her permission.  “That’s the video you shot without asking us, disrespecting our privacy even though we had a child with us?& got told off for doing so,& u came up with this crap?FYI ‘outing’ was dinner & yes ppl are allowed to eat if they lose a match! Bunch of fools! Try better content next time,” Mirza Tweeted.

A number of photos and videos came up on social media that reportedly showed Pakistani cricketers at a Shisha café late at night before the crucial World Cup encounter. Sania also blasted off at a reality show actress Veena Malik. The actress questioned how Mirza had taken her son to the restaurant given there were hookahs being consumed.

Although, Pakistan Cricket Board has disagreed all the claims that players violated the “curfew”. A spokesperson told that the videos and photographs that went viral are from two days before the match.

Here are some of the tweets