‘Motorcycle Girl’ to be screened at Stanford University

10:46 AM | 28 Jun, 2019
‘Motorcycle Girl’ to be screened at Stanford University
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LAHORE- Seems like the Motorcycle Girl is still riding high on success!

The inspiring story of a young woman, Zenith Irfan, who biked all across the northern areas of Pakistan will now be showcased at Stanford University as a part of their Global Studies Summer Film Festival.

Zenith took to Facebook to announce the news:

- AAHHHHHHH I AM CRYING WITH HAPPINESS RIGHT NOW. Stanford University is showcasing my biopic. My life story this...

Posted by Zenith Irfan on Tuesday, June 25, 2019

"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 don't know what to say. This is unbelievable. Ya Allah tera lakh shukar hay" read her caption.

The film will be screened on Wednesday, July 31, 2019.

Directed, written and co-produced by Adnan Sarwar, the film featured Sohai Ali Abro in the lead. The cast also included Ali Kazmi and Samina Peerzada.

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