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Will Motorcycle Girl be the next success after ‘Cake’?

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Pakistan’s upcoming film ‘Motorcycle Girl’ has released its first trailer that features actress Sohai Ali Abro in the lead role. The story is inspired by the real-life event of a 20-year old, Zenith Irfan, who embarked on a solo motorcycle trip to the northern areas of Pakistan.

Filmmaker Adnan Sarwar said he is a protagonist of women empowerment and was really inspired by the bravery of Zenith Irfan at such a young age. Zenith Irfan began this journey in the memory of her late father, who wished to travel the world on the bike.

“I think what attracted me most to this topic was the fact that at such a young age, Zenith was able to pull off such a remarkable feat. I’m a firm believer of women empowerment and gender equality and Zenith has proved that times are changing,” said Sarwar.

Sarwar shared, “When I found out that the reason she made the journey was in memory of her father, I fell in love with the story completely. I have tried to treat the film with immense sensitivity and at its core; it is about a daughter’s love for her father.”

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Regarding the trailer of the movie, Sarwar said, “The trailer only shows what the world already knows about Zenith’s life. I wanted to make a film which is entertaining and fun to watch and I think everyone will be pleasantly surprised at the treatment of the screenplay.”

The film also features Samina Pirzada as the mother of Sohai Ali Abro. The trailer of the movie depicts the journey of Zenith Irfan’sfather dream. The trailer shows, Abro facing harsh criticism for commuting on her bike from her employer Sarmad Sultan Khoosat and her fiancé Ali Kazmi.

Ali Kazmi plays a character of the male chauvinist, narcissist who is a believer in gender stereotypes. Kazmi related to his role in the movie said,  “I will not describe too much about my role except that he’s a bit of a male chauvinist, narcissist, and a perfectionist. He’s not really negative. He’s just real because more than half than men I know would respond the way he does. You’ll see once you watch the film.”

The time will tell how Sohai Ali Abro’s ‘Motorcycle Girl’ will impact the audiences in Pakistani cinema.