Cricketer Shoaib Malik marries TV actress Sana Javed

Shoaib wrote in the caption of the picture that 'Alhamdulillah'.

Shoaib Malik, the former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, has married actress Sana Javed for the second time.

Cricketer Shoaib Malik has announced his marriage to Sana Javed by posting pictures on his social media platform Facebook, Twitter and Instagram account.

He wrote in the caption of the picture that ‘Alhamdulillah’.

It should be remembered that Sana Javed was first married to singer Umair Jaiswal. While Shoaib Malik was first married to Indian tennis star Sania Mirza.

Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza got married 13 years ago in April 2010, after 8 years of marriage, their first son was born on 30 October 2018.

Rumors of separation and divorce between the two stars initially surfaced in the Indian media in December 2022 and showbiz websites speculated that they had fallen out without citing authentic sources.

Despite rumors of divorce circulating for several months, both have neither officially confirmed nor denied the matter.

However, during this time, Shoaib Malik has praised Sania Mirza several times by taking her name.

In an interview, he has also said that not only he and Sania Mirza, but couples all over the world have ups and downs in their relationship and there is hardly any married couple who never have differences.

Sana Javed and Umair Jaiswal got married in October 2020, after the marriage, both of them shared stories on Instagram tagging each other on Instagram.

Rumors of divorce between them surfaced when Umair Jaiswal went to Makkah to perform Umrah without Sana Javed.

Apart from this, both the artists had also deleted their wedding pictures from their respective Instagram profiles.

Social media users and showbiz websites had claimed that Sana Javed and Umair Jaiswal had separated, but both did not confirm the separation.

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