Shoaib Malik's pictures with model Ayesha go viral amid divorce rumours

Malik and Ayesha
Malik and Ayesha worked with each other for a photo shoot almost a year back. File photo: IANS

New Delhi: Amid rumours of divorce with Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik's pictures with model and actress Ayesha Omar have gone viral on social media.

As per multiple media reports, all is not well between Sania and Malik for quite some time now and they are heading toward divorce.

The reports also claim Ayesha Oman is the reason for the breakdown of Malik and Sania's marriage.

However, to date, both Sania and Malik, who have been married for 12 years and have a son, have maintained a stoic silence about their personal lives.

As per a Bollywood Life report, the 35-year-old Sania, winner of six Grand Slam doubles titles, has been reportedly living separately and is co-parenting her son Izhaan.

Notably, Ayesha and Malik worked with each other for a photo shoot almost a year back and they developed proximity during that. Later, the former Pakistan captain also praised Ayesha during an interview, saying that she helped him a lot during their shoot. And now those pictures have gone viral on social media.

Ayesha is a popular YouTuber too. She has long been a well-known face in the entertainment industry and is also one of the most fashionable actresses in her country. Reportedly, she is one of the highest-paid actresses in Pakistan.

The 41-year-old is known for her leading roles in several television serials including 'Kollege Jeans', 'Kuch Lamhe Zindagi Kay', 'Meri Zaat Zara e Beneshan', 'Dil Ko Manana Aya Nahi', 'Zindagi Gulzar Hai', 'Bulbullay', 'Meri Gudiya' and 'Mera Dard Bezuban'.

She made her film debut in the lead role in the successful romantic-comedy 'Karachi Se Lahore' in 2015, followed by supporting characters in a war film 'Yalghaar' (2017) and the drama 'Kaaf Kangana' (2019).

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