Shoaib Akhtar obtains keep order to halt filming of biopic ‘Rawalpindi Specific’

Former Pakistan quick bowler Shoaib Akhtar not too long ago revealed that he has efficiently obtained a keep order from courtroom to halt the manufacturing of his supposed biopic, titled ‘Rawalpindi Specific.’ Akhtar expressed his concern over the makers’ persistent threats to proceed filming regardless of the termination of the settlement between them. He took to Twitter to share a authorized discover, shedding gentle on the scenario.

In an earlier announcement in January, Shoaib Akhtar disassociated himself from the biopic ‘Rawalpindi Specific’ and warned of extreme authorized penalties for the makers. He had issued a stern warning, stating that he would pursue extreme authorized motion if the makers proceed with the movie and exploit his title or life occasions with out his consent. 

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Hailing from Rawalpindi metropolis in Pakistan’s Punjab province, Shoaib Akhtar gained widespread recognition because the ‘Rawalpindi Specific,’ a title bestowed upon him by cricket lovers and followers because of his distinctive pace and bowling expertise. All through his profession, he astonished the cricket world along with his achievements, together with holding the world report for bowling the quickest supply in a global cricket match. In the course of the 2003 Cricket World Cup in Cape City, South Africa, Akhtar bowled a thunderous 161.3 kmph (100.2 miles per hour) supply to England opener Nick Knight, leaving spectators in awe.

After retiring from worldwide cricket following his final match for Pakistan in the course of the group phases of the ICC World Cup 2011 in opposition to New Zealand, Shoaib Akhtar left an indelible mark on the game. In Take a look at cricket, he claimed 178 wickets in 46 matches, that includes 12 five-wicket hauls and two ten-wicket hauls. He additionally featured in 163 ODIs, selecting up 247 wickets with 6/16 as his finest bowling figures.