The much-awaited, famous documentary film He Named Me Malala, making rounds in the news for depicting the tale of the Pakistani teenager Malala Yousufzai, is finally out and has been received well by the the critics.
While we in Pakistan are all familiar with the world’s youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala-the girl who was shot in the head, eventually traveled places beyond borders of her homeland due to her legendary story and has met some very influential and famous people, the most recent one being Emma Watson.
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Twitter has been bombarded with rave reviews from people all over the globe, so if you are still unsure about her biographic movie, have a look at what viewers have to say about it.
— NDTV Movies (@moviesndtv) November 6, 2015
This girl is exemplary. One of the greatest things you can give humanity is showing them courage and hope. You did! #henamedmemalala
— David Muiga (@davidmuiga) November 7, 2015
“There is a moment where you have to choose whether to be silent, or stand up.”-Malala Yousafzai #HeNamedMeMalala
— PJ (@75PZA) November 7, 2015
— Midhun Ganga (@Midhun_Ganga) November 7, 2015
— Asif Khan (@TheKhanAsif) November 7, 2015
Malala Yousufzai has changed the lives of people around the globe and is also a motivation and an exemplary figure for many.
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