Trailer of Gul Makai, A Biopic of Malala Yousafzai Has Been Released

Malala biographical drama Gul Makai

The trailer of the biographical drama “Gul-Makai” has been released. Under the direction of young Indian director Amjad Khan and produced by Anand Kumar, Indian child star Rem Shaikh will play the lead role of Malala in the biopic of Malala Yousaf in the drama “Gul-Makai”.

Ram Sheikh in gul makai

Ram Sheikh started his career as a child artist in 2009 and became known for his famous Indian drama “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai” (What is this relationship?)
Malala’s father Ziauddin will be seen as Atul Kulkarni in the form of Yusufzai, while actress Divya Datta is playing the role of mother. Other cast includes Mukesh Rashi, Abhimanyu Singh and Ijaz Khan.

The film also shows several Taliban leaders, including Maulana Fazlullah, Baitullah Mehsud and Sufi Mohammad, who were in the news during the Taliban’s assassination in Swat.
The two-minute-37-second trailer begins with Malala (Ram Sheikh) saying, “The birth of girls was never celebrated in our Pashtun tribe, where I enjoyed the love from my parents.”
The beginning of the film depicts the struggle of Malala and the Taliban’s war in the tribal areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan.

malala shot by taliban
malala shot by taliban

In the trailer, Malala is also shown explaining her name that being impressed by an Afghan woman, Grandfather named me Malala. During the British invasion of Afghanistan, Malala started writing diary for BBC Urdu in which she described the life in Mangora under Taliban rule.
Malala adds in the trailer that I did not know that like Mawlai of Maiwand, I would have to fight for the truth.
According to director Amjad Khan, the film “Gul-Makai” will be presented for the exhibition on January 31, 2020, based on Malala Yousafzai’s life and her struggle for education of girls.

There are many swings in the trailer of Malala’s film but there is also a positive aspect to the film that India confesses the sacrifices of the Pakistani army and the people against direct or indirect extremism.

Malala Yousafzai was born on July 12, 1997 in the Swat Valley of Pakistan. Malala wrote a diary for the BBC Urdu service called Gul-Makai, where she was ruled by the banned Taliban in her native area, and with her pen she spread her voice to the world about how she lived in the shadow of that fear.

Malala Yousafzai was recognized internationally when she was returning from school in Swat in 2012 and was shot. Malala was targeted for rising girls’ education. Malala was later shifted to the UK for better treatment where she continued to be treated for a long time. After recovering, Malala resumed her education in the UK, where she is still studying.

Malala is studying philosophy, politics, and economics at Oxford University. The same articles were read by former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto and Chairman PTI Imran Khan from Oxford.

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Malala has also jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize with India’s social activist Kailash Satyarthi on campaigning for children’s education in 2014. He has also been awarded the World Children’s Prize. The UN Secretary General has also appointed Malala as its ambassador for peace. She has also received several international honors on women’s education, women’s rights and human rights services.

Apart from this, Malala has also written a book on her current life under the name of “I’m Malala”.

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