In such a post on social media, famous Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar unveiled the motion image for his impending biography, “Rawalpindi Express – Running against with the odds.”
Akhtar, who played for his nation in 46 Tests, 163 ODIs, and 15 T20Is, was known for his astonishing pace and holds the record for the fastest delivery in cricket history at a speed of 161 kilometres per hour (vs New Zealand, 2002).
He is now, at the age of 46, the subject of a biography that will be helmed by Muhammad Faraz Qaiser and set for release on November 16, 2023.
“The start of this lovely voyage. Introducing the release of “RAWALPINDI EXPRESS – Running against the Odds,” a biopic about my life and tale. You’re about to experience a journey you’ve never had.
“First international movie about a sportsman from Pakistan. Dear sir, Shoaib Akhtar, controversially,” Akhtar stated on Twitter.
Additionally, Akhtar claimed that its movie will feature his infamous 100 mph delivery, and Australian sprinter Brett Lee is anticipated to make an appearance.
Regarding his connections with previous Pakistani coach Bob Woolmer, Akhtar was also questioned. “Most significantly, your calculation involving Bob Woolmer Hope that’s covered in the movie,” one user commented on social media.
Akhtar remarked, “Some pretty inside things with him.”
Akhtar mentioned that the movie is a “foreign picture” while questioned about the primary cast. I’ll share more information soon.
When another fan said, “Is this movie simply based on u or the troubles as in Pakistan team are highlighted as well,” Akhtar responded, “That much you don’t know about.”w
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