Fan Asked Shoaib Akhtar To Describe Kohli In One Word, Speedster Gives An Interesting Reply

Former Pakistani fast bowling legend Shoaib Akhtar has announced the launch of his biopic. Akhtar did it on his social media and interacted with fans. The title of his biopic is “Rawalpindi Express- Running Against The Odds.”

While having a question-answer session on Twitter, the former Pakistani pacer had some good words for former Indian captain Virat Kohli. It is known that the star Indian batter is going through a lanky form and he is getting a lot of harsh words from the former cricketers. However, when asked by Shoaib Akhtar, the former speedster described Kohli as a legend.

While having a chit-chat on Twitter a fan asked him to describe Kohli in one word. When one of the fans asked- “One word for Virat Kohli

Rawalpindiexpressthefilm”, Akhtar replied saying “Legend already.”

Not only the drought of his century but Virat Kohli is also struggling for runs. The recently concluded T20 series was not less than any bad dream for Virat. In the 2 innings of Edgbaston test Virat Kohli scored 11 runs and 21 runs respectively. Also, in 2 T20s against England he gathered just 12 runs and 33 runs in ODIs.

However, amid all the ill-talks many cricketers have came in support of star Indian batsman.

While talking to his youtube Channel Akhtar said, “People are saying that he should be dropped. Virat Kohli is finished. There is nothing more left in his career and he would not be able to do anything more in his career. To them, I say Virat Kohli is the greatest player. In the last 10 years, if there has been any greatest player, it is Virat. He has 1-2 bad years, he still has scored runs, just the century has not come.”

If we talk about the biopic of Shoaib Akhtar, it will be released in theatres on 16 November, 2023. The film is directed by Muhammad Faraz Qaiser who also said that framing an idea which he had in year 2016 is a dream come true for him.

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