The Mirza Malik Show: Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik to Launch Their Own Talk Show!

The show will be aired on Pakistan’s first OTT platform UrduFlix.

The sports couple Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik announced their new show The Mirza Malik show on Urduflix at a press conference. The duo is all set for their new venture after launching their own perfumes, Smash and All-rounder in collaboration with J. Fragrances.

The top Indian tennis player Sania Mirza and ace cricket player Shoaib Malik tied the knot in April 2010. They became one of the most popular non-showbiz couples in Asia. The power couple is the perfect example of the neighborly harmony between India and Pakistan. In October 2018 they had a baby boy named Izhaan Mirza Malik.

To make the cross-border relationship more strong the duo announced a new project of a fun-filled chat show at the press conference recently. The show will feature the celebrity friends of the couple from India and Pakistan with the help of the Urduflix platform.



Speaking to the media Sania Mirza said,

“We’re always open to doing new things. At this stage of our lives and our careers, we’ve been doing what we do for a very long time and we’ve reached a stage where we would love to explore new things as well. It would be a good opportunity to learn and do something new and I guess to do it together is a lot of fun.”

She added,

“Dubai is a great mid-ground as we are trying to get guests from both the countries. We are from different countries and that puts us in a unique position of representing our own countries and what we do. It’s a great way to bring people together across the borders. It will appeal to everybody,”

Have a look at the full video below:


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Written by Rija Sohaib


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