The stars’ autobiography means that the horror of controversy Each star will find out the books and the news published in it will surprise everyone, it is going on. The best way to increase sales is by doing this. Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has been successful in the series.
About three years have been retired from the national team. Afridi is not likely to return to Pakistan anymore, although he has returned several times earlier. By knowing the retirement, maybe the autobiography ‘Game changer’ told his age. In the book, Afridi has put the people in doubt about the age. But Afridi’s Birthday 1980 was known but the book was written in 1975. Two days later, Afridi said he was born in 1977!
Though Afridi has a lot of interest, the main discussion but not about that. The debate over Gautam Gambhir, Javed Miandad or Waqar Younis is not discussed at all. The original discussion gave birth to his daughters. It is such a remark that Afridi is a feminist.
‘Game changer’ has been released in Pakistan and India last week. In the book, Afridi has said to his four daughters, “I do not want them to play cricket like me as good as a career. Not just cricket, the games that play outdoors (outdoor games), I do not want my girls to play those games. Yes, inside the house (Indoor Games) they can build a career in any sport. But I do not like any outdoor sports. I also talked about this with their mother. He also agreed with me. Considering the social and religious discipline, I made this decision. Feminists can tell me what I want, it does not matter to me. But I have made my decision. ‘
Afridi’s honest admission was not like many. Famous sports writer Jared Kimbara tweeted in his own native style last week. Pakistani writer Nawab Shah has opened his mouth Afridi’s decision to say to the BBC is an example of Pakistani society. This proves, ‘An example of Malik culture in Pakistan, where I am being told, my girls will do what I say; Do not do that, will not do it. And you can not stop me from doing anything. ‘
A tweet by Salman Siddique tweeted, “There is no difference between Afridi and a middle-aged Pakistani man. Those who do not object to chat with another’s girl, but only when their daughter is so angry. Another person named Asha Bedar wrote, ‘Her daughter, her decision? Really? Does that mean that women’s speech and decision have no value? When they grow up? Because their father has said!
Meanwhile, one of the events of Liverpool’s last league match increased Afridi’s criticism. The younger daughter of the Muslim Muhammad Salah scored a goal in Anfield after the match that day. Earlier, Salah’s daughter gave an affair to Anfild’s view. Like the Salah-like Muslim footballer, where the girl is proud of such glory, many of Pakistan can not accept Afridi’s behavior.