A story based on real-life human-rights and criminal lawyer, Shahid Azmi, who was slain while defending the wrongly accused by the law in terrorist activities.
Story of a boy (Noman Habib) who dreams to become Shahid Afridi finds himself down on luck when the only club he ever knew goes bankrupt. With no place else to go he discovers one last chance to save his club, his town and his dream. A cricket tournament coming to Sialkot which may be the club's last hope. But are they ready yet? A team of misfits with no facility and no coach, can they even qualify for the cup and face the highly skilled undefeated rivals who were born with a golden spoon in their mouths and every facility in their hands? With that question in mind they decide to take help from an ex cricketer Akbar Deen (Humayun Saeed), but Akbar has a dark past of his own. When fates collide and mysteries unfold, "Main Hoon Shahid Afridi" embarks on a journey of Mistrust, Betrayal, Love, Power and Unfulfilled Dreams.
In September 2014, Samia Shahid got married in Bradford, West Yorkshire. In July 2016, Samia went to Pakistan to visit family. Six days later, she was found dead. This film uses interviews with Samia's closest friends. Actors have been used to protect their identities, but some of the voices you hear are their own. The film contains dramatic reconstructions inspired by events in Samia's life. Social media, texts, photos and voice recordings are original.
Documentary about female suicide bombers.