Academy Award-winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, who has won two Oscars for making documentary films, will make a project in a collaboration with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
The Academy Award-winning filmmaker took to Instagram and wrote, “Our team at @soc_films is excited to share a celebration of #Pakistan cricket with the world today at the opening of the HBL PSL season! An ode to our greatest players over the last 70 years and their die-hard fans narrated by #Ramizraja! This wouldn’t have been possible without the work put in by @aliulmurtadah @cine_asad @aatirsohail @samir_skhan @humzie.s @tuahamansoor @shayangilll Link in bio! #PCB #PSL #PTV #pakistan #pakistancricket.”
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Chinoy is making a documentary on the 70-year journey of Pakistan cricket. It will cover Pakistan’s debut in 1954, to important events as the first test win, the emergence of Imran Khan in the 70s to winning the World Cup in 1992.
The documentary will also cover some hard times Pakistan cricket has been through in the early 2000s as well as the legendary cricketers who made Pakistan proud. The documentary will also showcase the emergence of PSL.