Singer Salman Ahmad is set to release a documentary film named Spiritual Democracy on Prime Minister Imran Khan featuring his 35-years-long journey. The singer released the trailer on his Twitter account on Thursday.
The documentary film would be 140-minutes long and will be divided into four parts. The documentary will cover his lifelong journey beginning from cricket, philanthropy, and then his political struggle. Spiritual Democracy captures the heart and soul of the leader in the line of fire, facing crisis upon crisis.
— salman ahmad (@sufisal) August 26, 2021
The documentary features his moving interviews and rare archive footage. The documentary captured the vision of PM Imran Khan. Musician Salman Ahmed personally interviewed PM Imran Khan at PM House in Islamabad in December 2020. His close family members and friends also offered their insight on his journey from cricket to the politics of Pakistan. The film is star-studded and includes luminaries from Imran Khan’s unique and diverse journey.
PM Khan’s popularity
Prime Minister Imran Khan has crossed 14 million followers on Twitter becoming the most-followed politician of Pakistan on a social media application.
PM Imran Khan actively engages with his international and local fans and followers through his Twitter account. The development came despite him unfollowing people on Twitter a few days ago.
In June last year, the popularity study showed Prime Minister Imran Khan had become the ninth most followed world leader on the microblogging site Twitter. A study by Twiplomacy revealed that data showed a growth of 22% in the following of PM Khan on Twitter.
In September last year, Prime Minister Imran Khan had launched a new Twitter handle @ArabicIk to put out news and information about the PM in the Arabic language, reported foreign media outlet Arab News on Thursday. The move is aimed at expanding the outreach of the premier outside Pakistan. Previously, the prime minister had launched a Twitter handle in Turkish.
The account has videos of PM Khan’s speeches and interviews with messages in the Arabic language.