Screening of Motorcycle Girl at Stanford University

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The movie Motorcycle Girl would be screened at Stanford University. The movie is the story of Zenith Irfan. It shows a young woman who went to all the northern areas of Pakistan on her bike.

The girl broke the barriers for women throughout the nation. Zenith Irfan just added another achievement as the movie would be shown at the Stanford University as a part of their Global Studies Summer Film Festival.

She posted about the news on her Facebook handle.

– AAHHHHHHH I AM CRYING WITH HAPPINESS RIGHT NOW. Stanford University is showcasing my biopic. My life story this…

Posted by Zenith Irfan on Tuesday, June 25, 2019

She wrote that she is crying with happiness from the news. She wrote that the university is showcasing her biopic. She referred to the film as her life story and called the move by Stanford University as huge. She posted with a caption in which she thanked the Almighty.

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The film would be screened on the 31st of July, on Wednesday. The screening would be a part of the yearly Stanford Global Studies Summer Film Festival.

This year’s festival would be featuring 10 films from across the world that focus on the theme— “Earth: Habitat for All”.

Motorcycle Girl was directed, co-produced and written by Adnan Sarwar.

The role of Zenith Rehman was played by Sohai Ali Abro, the cast includes Samina Pirzada and Ali Kazmi.

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