By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Ace tennis player, Sania Mirza turned a year older on November 15, 2021. Her husband, Shoaib Malik, hosted a dinner celebration to make her day special. Their pictures from the intimate dinner are trending on the internet. However, fans are hooked on one video, wherein they can see the Pakistani cricketer singing a song, especially for the love of his life.
On November 15, 2021, Shoaib had taken to his Instagram handle and shared an adorable picture from their intimate dinner ceremony. In the photo, we see Sania looking gorgeous in a black and white-coloured top, which she had styled with black pants. On the other hand, Shoaib had looked dapper in an all-black ensemble.
Now, a video from Sania's birthday dinner has been making rounds on the internet. In the video, we can see Shoaib singing a Hindi film song, 'Kya Hua Tera Wada'. He looked adorable as he sang on point, and the entire audience was seen cheering for him. Check it out:
A while ago, Sania had posted a hilarious video from one of the T-20 cricket matches, wherein a crowd was yelling 'Jeeja ji', during one of the matches. For the uninitiated, Jeeja ji is the term Shoaib is often referred to as he got married to the tennis star in 2010. The video was from the Indian-Pakistan match held on Sunday.
In an interaction with Ok! Pakistan magazine, Sania and Shoaib were asked whose qualities Izhaan has inherited. To this, Sania had stated:
"I want to say he is more like me – but I think he has both our qualities."
Sania had also revealed that her son, Izhaan loves parathas just like his father does – that's the Punjabi side in him. The ace tennis player further had added:
"He does spend more time with me, obviously – in the early part of a child's life, they do spend a lot more time with the mother. But I think he has inherited qualities from both of us, which is a good thing. But, honestly, he is too young to even think about what he enjoys – cricket or tennis. He is barely two years old, and he is a fun and very loving boy. He loves playing all kinds of games – he loves playing with a ball and playing with a football. So you know, I mean it's way too early to say, just yet."
Well, we love Shoaib's singing talent!