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Sania Mirza answers frequently asked questions in a viral video

Sania Mirza posted a video on her Instagram account answering some of the most asked questions with her best friend Farah Khan. The two seem to have befriended one another despite a huge age gap.

Sania Mirza posted a video on her Instagram account with Farah Khan on the viral trend ‘Questions I Get Asked’ to answer some of the queries they face most often, and their one-word response to these queries are brilliantly witty. The trend involves dancing as the questions and the respondent’s replies appear as captions on the video.

The captions used in the video included questions like “How are you guys friends even with such a large age gap?” and “One is from sports and the other from films. What do you guys have in common?”. “With your hectic schedules and constant travel plans, how do you even find time to stay in touch?”

The two friends simply counter these questions with another question: “So?”

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Towards the end of the video, Sania wrote a note that said “In spite of distance, age barriers and different background, we are both Best Friends Forever.”


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Since being posted online, the video has racked up over 3 lakh views and hundreds of comments.

Farah Khan and Sania Mirza have been friends for a very long time despite their differences of profession, age and family.

Tokyo Olympics

Recently, the tennis star got the chance to represent India in the Tokyo Olympics. Since she was unable to qualify after losing the first round in Women’s doubles, Sania has been facing a lot of criticism from India.

Controversial BJP MLA, Raja Singh had once again made distasteful remarks against Sania Mirza calling her a “Pakistani Bahu”.

Read more: Mirza forced to make ‘difficult decision’ over son for Olympic call of duty

According to him, since Sania is married to the Pakistani cricket all-rounder Shoaib Malik, she should not be the brand ambassador for Telangana.

Instead, badminton star and recent bronze medalist from the Tokyo Olympics PV Sindhu should replace her.

Pusarla Venkata Sindhu has become the only Indian women to get two medals in Olympics after winning a bronze medal in Badminton Women’s Singles.