Malala Yousafzai is all praises for superstar Shah Rukh Khan's performance in Zero. She watched the film on Friday and says she and her family loved it. Malala also reiterated her desire to meet the 53-year-old superstar.
"With my fear of losing Malala, I felt such terrible guilt that I had not stopped her from campaigning. I went over my intentions again and again. What had I been working towards that was worth this sacrifice of my child? How could I have miscalculated like this? Malala and I had stood together, united. But this fight almost left me with the dead body of my child."
Imran Khan, who is expected to become the next prime minister after his party won the most seats in last month's elections, also condemned the attack on the schools and vowed to improve security once he takes office.
Lisa Jackson, Vice-President Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives at Apple, said partnering with the Malala Fund has been a great moment for the company and will help improve the situation of at least 1,00,000 girls
Malala movie Gul Makai teaser: The gripping video begins with a voiceover by Kabir Bedi, "When God said Jihaad he meant the spirit of fighting all that is dark and benevolent. But the need and greed of some human beings changed that meaning into something else."
Born on July 12, 1997 in Pakistan, Malala Yousafzai started advocating for women's rights in education since 2008. Alongside, the young girl was also critical of the Taliban menace in the region that has for decades targeted women's progress.
Her stern words contrasted with her effusive praise last year for Canada's embrace of refugees under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. At the World Economic Forum in Davos this year, Malala also questioned Trump's record on women's rights.
New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai is the latest renowned personality to join the league of those who enjoyed Sonam Kapoor's 'Neerja.' Sonam Kapoor recently thanked Malala for watching the film and also shared a picture of the Pakistani activist from a London screening on the social media. The actress has suggestively drawn a resemblance to Neerja, the catchphrase of whose biopic reads, “Fear which gave her courage”, and Malala, whose famous saying is, “I am stronger than fear.” Sonam plays the role of protagonist Neerja Bhanot, a Pan Am stewardess, who was killed by terrorists in 1986 while saving the passengers during a hijack. Both, Malala and Neerja have been brave hearts and their bravery has been recognised all over the world. Sonam Kapoor starrer ‘Neerja’ also starring Shabana Azmi released on February 19. The film has so far collected a whopping Rs. 29 crore.projects that Ayan Mukerji has planned for the coming decade.