There is a family pressure to get married, says Salman

Sania Mirza recently gave an interview with journalist Rajdeep Sardesai, who asked her when she planned on "settling down".

"Whenever there is a movie made on Sania, I think it will be very inspiring and it will be fantastic", Shah Rukh told reporters here on Wednesday evening after formally launching Sania's autobiography, titled Ace Against Odds.

Sania Mirza has penned the biography at the age of 29. "But, I will produce it for sure", he said in a lighter vein.

Sania Mirza might function as world tennis number one in doubles and among the best paid athletes in India but the questions she must confront - in an expert capacity - are tied to her sex. "This is one of the questions, as women, that we have to face all the time.Unfortunately, that's when we are settled and no matter how many Wimbledons we win or No.1s we become, we don't become "settled", Sania was quoted in a report from Indian express.

"I think a book like this will inspire a lot of us". She comes from Barshi, plays in the Sania Mirza Academy since last year-and-a-half.

However, the world no. 1 doubles player said that maturity has helped her to deal with circumstances like these.

Speaking up the Salman Khan she knows, Sania said, "He can not control himself. I am glad I am able to present it".

"If my story can inspire even one youngster to the heights of winning a grand slam in the future, I will feel blessed".

"The more love we show to our women and the more love and respect we show to our ladies... And boxing and badminton - hopefully we have a few medal hopes", she said.

Also, read: Has India lost out on an Olympic medal because of Mirza, Bopanna, and Paes' stubbornness? We didn't make into Olympics last time (at Beijing).

Sania writes with candour of the hardships along the way, of the physical and emotional trauma caused by injuries and medical procedures, of the friends and partners who became her mainstay along with her family, of the pressures of constant public scrutiny and, not least, the politics and heartbreaks that inevitably accompany success. "For me, the most painful thing is to be called unpatriotic".

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