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Motherhood changes one’s entire perception about life. From the moment a woman expects a child, she starts living for her little one. Keeping all her dreams, desires and aspirations away, she only focusses about the new life breathing inside her. Going through all the physical and emotional changes, she only keeps her child on top of her priority list. Such is the beauty of motherhood that can only be understood by the one’s, who have already experienced it. And who can understand the feeling better than the ace tennis star, Sania Mirza, who took a break from the field to bring her little one into this world. (Also Read: Sara Ali Khan Reveals The Last Thing Her Abba, Saif Ali Khan And Sushant Singh Rajput Had In Common)
It was on October 30, 2018, when Sania and her cricketer husband, Shoaib Malik were blessed with a baby boy and the lovely couple had added both his father and mother’s surname to their little munchkin. Since the birth of Izhaan, Sania is on cloud nine and is living every moment of her motherhood. She makes sure to update her fans with adorable pictures of her munchkin and it is a visual treat to see Sania’s cute little wonder.
On July 25, 2020, Sania Mirza took to her IG handle and shared a collage with pictures of her and her son, Izhaan Mirza Malik. The collage consisted of a childhood picture of Sania on the left and on the right, it was Izhaan, who striked a similar pose as his mommy. Izhaan looked like a carbon copy of his amma and it we couldn't spot a single difference between them. However, Sania deleted the picture later. Take a look:
On July 25, 2020, Sania took to her IG stories and shared an adorable video of her little munchkin, Izhaan Mirza Malik. In the video, Izhaan was seen having a gala time as he grooved to the music and showed his amazing dance moves. Dressed in a bandhgala, Sania’s little one danced his heart out and was a treat to watch. Take a look! (Also Read: Divyanka Tripathi Shares A Monochrome Picture Of Herself, Gives Picture Credit To Hubby Vivek Dahiya)
In an interview with the Hindustan Times, Sania Mirza had talked about how she derives strength from her family, especially her son, Izhaan Mirza Malik during the tough phase of the pandemic. Sania had remarked, “I drive strength from my family, especially my son Izhaan. No matter how bad my day is, his smile makes everything better. I’m sure we all have that one person who makes us feel that way. Keep them closer.”
On January 14, 2020, Sania had returned to the tennis court after a gap of 2.5 years. It was a special moment for Sania as her parents and her son, Izhaan came to cheer her up and became her good luck charm. She had taken to her Instagram handle and had shared two pictures. In one of the pictures, she was seen giving a high-five to her son, Izhaan. Along with the pictures, she had written, “Today was one of the most special days of my life... to have my parents and my little baby boy supporting me in my first match after a little less than 2 and a half years... and to top it off we even WON our first round with my partner @nadiakichenok feel very grateful and thankful for all the msgs, support and love I am receiving. BELIEF!! Takes you places. YES, my baby boy, we did it @izhaan.mirzamalik. Allhamdulillah for everything.”
Izhaan Mirza Malik is one of the most loved star babies and his sportster mommy, Sania Mirza surely knows that. In an interview with the Bombay Times, she had shared, “Yes, he’s very adored! Obviously, being a child of two people who are public figures, you get a lot of love. I receive a lot of comments about my son. Every few days, if I don’t upload his picture, I get requests from many people who say, ‘Can you please upload his picture?’ and ‘Can I have a smile from him?’ He’s just a child and he obviously doesn’t know, but we are really overwhelmed by the love that he receives.” (Also Read: Ishaan Khatter's Reply On Being Recognised As 'Shahid Kapoor's Brother' Will Melt Your Heart)
Sania’s cute patootie has stolen our hearts with his amazing dance moves. What do you think?