Where Do Broken Hearts Go


She wrote, “Where do broken hearts go. To find Allah”.

It seems that all is not well between India tennis ace Sania Mirza and Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik. According to Ms Mirza’s latest Instagram post, marital trouble seems to be brewing between the high-profile couple. Adding more fuel to the speculations of the rumours of her divorce, Ms Mirza took to her Instagram stories and shared a cryptic post, that has left her fans worried. She wrote, “Where do broken hearts go. To find Allah”.

See the post here:

As of now, the exact reason behind their rift it is still unknown. However, a few media reports from Pakistan suggest that Mr Malik allegedly cheated on Sania during one of his TV shows. Pakistani media also reported that the couple have drifted apart and have been living separately for some time now.  Rumour mills are abuzz saying that the couple is now only co-parenting son Izhaan. However, neither of the stars has commented anything about it. 

In a star-studded wedding, Sania and Shoaib tied the knot in April 2010 and have a four-year-old son son Izhann. The couple recently celebrated the birthday of their son Izhaan Mirza Malik’s birthday in Dubai, pictures of which were shared by Mr Malik, and not the tennis star.

Check the post here:

This is not the first cryptic post shared by Sania Mirza. A few days back, she shared a picture with her son along with a caption saying, “The moments that get me through the hardest days.”

Here’s the post:

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