I’m A Practicing Muslim, But I’m Not Perfect, No One Is: Sania Mirza

By July 13, 2016 0 Comments

Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan is all set to formally launch the autobiography of tennis star Sania Mirza titled Ace Against Odds, here on Wednesday.

The book, which was originally launched a week ago, features important events and achievements in Sania’s career. It covers her life and tennis career till now in 40 chapters, according to Sania’s father Imran, who is a co-author of the book.

Published by Harper Collins, Ace Against Odds will soon be launched in other cities too, including Mumbai, where Salman Khan is expected to unveil the book.

She is the World No. 1 in women’s doubles tennis and she is just out with her memoir, Ace Against Odds. On NDTV’s special series The Townhall, Sania Mirza talks about the controversies and the questions that she has had to face on patriotism, religion and her marriage to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik. “I do good, I do bad… Everyone in this room does good, does bad…(but) that doesn’t give anyone the right to say whether they should live or die, whether they should play tennis or not play tennis, whether they should live in a country or not in a country, or whether they are Indian or not Indian,” she said.
video: NDTV

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