One of the critically acclaimed Pakistani movies “Motorcycle Girl” starring Sohai Ali Abro was selected to be screened in prestigious Stanford University as a part of their Global Studies Summer Film Festival.
Motorcycle Girl was based on the life of Zenith Irfan, the girl who traveled to the northern areas from Lahore on a motorcycle to fulfill her father’s wishes. She became the first female motorcyclist to travel across the country, which garnered her lots of praise and attention throughout Pakistan.
The film that was released last year was very much liked by the audience and is now being screened at Stanford University.
The news was confirmed by Zenith Irfan herself. Sohai played reel life Zenith Irfan in the flick and also did absolute justice to her character. Zenith was so excited about the news she shared on her social media,
– AAHHHHHHH I AM CRYING WITH HAPPINESS RIGHT NOW. Stanford University is showcasing my biopic. My life story this…
“AAHHHHHHH I AM CRYING WITH HAPPINESS RIGHT NOW. Stanford University is showcasing my biopic. My life story this July. This is huge. This is big news. I cannot even express my joy. I just dont know what to say. This is unbelievable. Ya Allah tera lakh shukar hay.”
Zenith has broken the barriers for women across the country by showcasing women can do everything whether it is riding a motorcycle or traveling across the country on their own.
The film is scheduled to be screened on 31 July 2019.