A beautiful face, a strong mind and an independent voice, Sania Mirza is our Lady of the hour. This time making headlines, not with her shots but the odds she faced, to get to play those shots.
Unveiling her autobiography, “Ace Against Odds’, Sania takes us down her memory lane. With every chapter unfolding a snippet of her life, this book proves to be a gateway into the journey of the World’s No. 1 Doubles Tennis Player.
The chapters summarize her struggles, her efforts and her achievements in both her professional and personal front. Be it her love-hate relationship with media, her cross-border love story, or her conduct with fellow players, Sania has managed to pen down all her good and bad experiences so far.
An inspiration to a whole generation of women, with this compilation Sania has given her fans, one of the most priceless gifts ever.
Talking about her fans, the book was launched by one of Sania’s most loyal fan and friend, the Baadshah of Bollywood himself.
SRK was all praises for this Indian Sport star, and while unveiling the very first copy, he coined the term “Rani of Racquet” for Sania Mirza.
Sania is indeed a global face with a desi heart rooted deep in her cultures, and the beautiful ivory and gold floor length anarkali she wore, reflected this perfectly.
Styled by sister, Anam Mirza, Sania looked like a mirage of purity dipped in success, in this Rimple and Harpreet Narula piece.
The chaand balis from Moni Agarwal were truly the showstoppers of this look, elevating her desi attire to a level higher.
Minimal Make-up and her tresses done up in a half hair updo, Sania boasted of supreme confidence and pride.
And why not, the lady deserves a pat for having written an autobiography at a tender age of just 29.
Sania you make us proud, and inspire us to never give up or “settle down”, for less.
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