Shoaib Akhtar’s file photo.© Twitter
Saab Akhtar He announced on Saturday that he has disassociated himself from his biopic “Rawalpindi Express – Bucking the Trend”. Last July, Akhtar revealed a moving poster for the film, which was originally scheduled to be released on November 13, 2023. However, the former Pakistani infantryman said in his latest social media post that he has “severed ties” with the film’s producers. Meanwhile, Akhtar also warned producers that they would face “severe legal action” if they proceeded with his biopic and used his name or life in any way.
“With great regret, I would like to inform you that after months of careful consideration, I have decided, through my management and legal team, to terminate the agreement and disassociate myself from the film Rawalpindi Express and its producers,” Akhtar said. said in a statement. tweet.
“Of course, it was a dream project and I did a lot of hard work to stop and stay on board, but unfortunately, things didn’t go well. The failure to resolve differences amicably and the constant breach of contract eventually led us to sever ties with them. Therefore , after complying with all legal agreements to revoke rights to my life story, I have left the project. Strict action will be taken if the producers continue to make a biographical film and use my name or life story events in any way,” he Add to.
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— Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) January 21, 2023
The former Pakistan cricket pacer took 46 Tests, 163 ODIs and 15 T20Is, taking 178, 247 and 19 wickets respectively in the three formats. However, aside from his wicket numbers, it’s his speed that scares batsmen. He holds the record for fastest bowl in cricket.
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