Book on Shahid Afridi set to hit stands on April 30

He was discovered as a 16-year old cricket talent in 1996.

Afridi retired from international cricket in April, 2016 | Getty Images

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi, who is popularly known as “Boom Boom” is all set to give his fans to experience the real side of his life in his biography “Game Changer” that will be released on this month on 30th April 2019.

The legendary all-rounder has revealed that he has nothing to hide about his cricketing life in his biography. However, Afridi had made numerous media interactions, but he never spoke much about his life before, but he has poured his heart on issues in the upcoming book.

Wajahat S Khan, a well-known TV anchor, and broadcaster, wrote the biography, where he narrates all the scandals and controversies of the all-rounder's career.

The 39-year-old is one of the most popular personalities of the world cricket and retired from international cricket in April 2016 having appeared in 27 Tests, 398 ODIs and 99 T20Is for his country.

Afridi's career has a lot of controversies, intrigues, and scandals while his wicket-taking ability and hard-hitting sixes with his fastish leg-spin and googlies makes him one of the greatest and popular cricketers in the world.

(With PTI Inputs)


By Rashmi Nanda - 04 Apr, 2019

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