Shahid Afridi’s autobiography ‘Game Changer’ being criticise from experts and cricket lovers. Therefore, a petition filed against former captain Pakistan cricket team Shahid Afridi’s autobiography “Game Changer” in Sindh High Court due to controversial disclosures. The applicant, who calls himself ‘The Biggest Fan of Cricket’ has filed petition through High Court Advocate Mr. Abdul Jaleel Khan Marwat and requested to ban Shahid Afridi’s book ‘Game Changer’ also demanded that Shahid Afridi should be restricted from selling the copies of his biography.
The applicant said that Shahid Afridi used “Little Man” word for legend former batsman Javed Miandad in his book and also said about the world’s top class bowler Waqar Younis was a ‘Mediocre Captain’ and worst coach ever. Shahid Afridi also used words ‘Bad-Mannered & Rude Person’ for Indian opening batsman Gautam Gambhir, due to that cricket institutes and cricket fans criticising Afridi’s book ‘Game Charger’ he added.
The applicant said that Shahid Afridi has shown his own birth date in his book in 1975, while the International Cricket Council (ICC) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has declared Afridi record holder for fastest ODI century at the age of 16 in 1996. The petitioner raised the question about Shahid Afridi’s age that how a 21-year-old can play under-19 cricket, as Shahid Afridi himself admitted in the autobiography ‘Game Changer’ that he was born in 1975.
But, earlier on Sunday, Shahid Afridi said in his tweet that he did not intend ‘to hurt or offend anyone’ with his autobiography ‘Games Changer’ and just want to share his ‘life experiences.’ Due to his indecent language and controversial remarks in his Book, Afridi’s remaining popularity getting down with every coming day and he may face many problems. Don’t forget his cricket career, the man with only 6 centuries of his 20 years cricket career, Boom Boom Afridi – as he is popularly called.