Sharmeen Obaid collaborates with the PCB  on a documentary celebrating 70 years of Pakistani cricket

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Sharmeen Obaid collaborates with the PCB  on a documentary celebrating 70 years of Pakistani cricket
Sharmeen Obaid collaborates with the PCB  on a documentary celebrating 70 years of Pakistani cricket
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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has teamed up with Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, an Academy Award-winning filmmaker, to mark 70 years of cricket in Pakistan by producing a documentary about the country’s long relationship with the game.

The short film, created by SOC Films under Obaid-Chinoy, recalls Pakistan cricket’s highs and lows, starting with the country’s first match in 1952 and ending with the founding of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
The emergence of Imran Khan in the 1970s, Pakistan winning the 1992 ODI World Cup, and some difficult days in the early 2000s are all examples of Pakistan winning a Test match on their inaugural tour of England in 1954.
“Trailblazers whose achievements put Pakistan firmly on the sporting map, as well as those players who carried a flame to ensure that no cricketing competition is ever complete without the Green Shirts,” according to the film.

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