It is a cultural issue that we have to deal with: Sania Mirza in the tweet 'joru ka ghulam'
NEW DELHI: Tennis as Sania Mirza spoke about the tweet he posted in March when the Australian fast bowler Mitchell starc he missed an ODI match to see his wife and the female cricket star Alyssa Healy plays the final of the T20 World Cup at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Sania, who is married to the former Pakistani captain Shoaib Malik He tweeted: Of course I do! God forbid, he would be a boy from the subcontinent, the boy would be called 'joru ka ghulaam' in a second ... good for you Mitchell ... ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sure thing !! God forbid, it would be a guy from the subcontinent, the guy would be called joru ka ghulaam in ... https://t.co/ggB63Eh1yl - Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) 1583621248000
Sania explained Thursday that she was talking about the abuse that she or the Indian actor Anushka Sharma they face each other whenever their husbands get lost in the field. Anushka is married to the Indian captain Virat Kohli . Explore the writings
(Tweeting on Starc) It was fun because Anushka and I were probably more involved with this, Sania said in a video interaction with Indian cricketers. Jemimah Rodrigues and Smriti Mandhana on his Double Trouble YouTube chat show.
"I think whenever our husbands perform, it's because of them and when they don't it's because of us. I don't know how that works," she said.
Sania said that the phenomenon points to a deeper cultural issue. "We are saying it as a joke but I think there is a much deeper issue. The deeper issue is that a woman can always be a distraction and not a strength.
It is a cultural problem that we have to deal with. Oh, 'if your girlfriend is there or your wife is there, he must be distracted because he's going to dinner.' That doesn't even make sense.
"When he (Starc) went back to his wife to watch the World Cup final and everybody was hailing him, I was trying to just picture Shoaib doing that for me and I was like, hell would have broken loose if that would have happened.
"They would have said that he is such a joru ka ghulam, he is going and watching a women's cricket match. I just felt it. Sometimes humour also brings out the truth in many things.
"Anushka and I had a long conversation about it. We both were like, my goodness this is so true."