Sharmeen Obaid is set to make a documentary based on Pakistan’s cricket

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, a filmmaker who has won two Oscars for documentaries, will collaborate with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on a project. The Oscar-winning director wrote on her Instagram account, “We’re excited to share Pakistan cricket with the world at the start of the HBL PSL.”  She is producing a documentary about Pakistan’s 70-year journey in cricket. 

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The film traces Pakistan’s history from its debut in 1954 to the first test victory, the rise of Imran Khan, and winning the World Cup in 1992. The documentary will also cover some hard times Pakistan cricket has experienced in the early 2000s. It will also cover some legendary cricketers from Pakistan.

Source: MM News