Shahid Afridi’s Autobiography is all set to Release Next Year
Shahid Afridi’s A.K.A Boom Boom Afridi is all set to be commemorated in a biography which will be released by next year. His life as a cricketer has always been a source of inspiration for young enthusiasts all across the globe and has remained an open book, but soon all of us will be able to know about his personal life and interesting incidents that made him a sports star.
The famous all-rounder cricketer is set to launch his autobiography to the public and will highlight about his alliances and rivalries, interesting events of his cricket life, particularly emphasizing breathtaking cricket matches with sports rival India. He will reveal his inspirations and will open up his interest in Pakistan military and will discuss his views on current politics and latest happenings of the country.
The autobiography will be written by Emmy awards nominated Wajahat S Khan as he promises to conclude Afridi’s incredible life in an exciting way, HarperCollins India reported. HarperCollins recently uploaded a post on Facebook to announce the news.
Shahid Afridi, who debuted in the international cricket at an early age of 16, made a record of fastest century in just 37 balls, back in the year 1999. Speaking about his book, Shahid Afridi said, “In all my years that I played cricket, I’ve given hundreds of interviews and showed my presence in dozens of TV shows, but what you will read in my book are distinct experiences and stories I’ve never shared in public. I have a lot to discuss about my fears, my confidence, my ambitions, my goals, my adversaries and failures.”
“It was something very difficult to get myself ready to do this, but I feel proud to join hands with a well-known journalist and storyteller like Wajahat S Khan. I would like to thank my publishers for providing me the space for myself,” he further added.
Afridi, a living legend in the history of cricket begun his career as a cricketer at the age of sixteen has made thrilling records throughout. He also remained one of the leading captains in the world of cricket and has represented Pakistan Cricket Team in 98 T20s, with 97 wickets and a score of 1405 runs. He captained the cricket team in 43 international matches, winning 19 and losing 23.
The former skipper recently announced to call it quits after outranking 20-year remarkable career of representing Pakistan Cricket worldwide.