In his 14-year career, Shoaib Akhtar, a great former cricketer from Pakistan who is currently a cricket analyst for Pakistan, competed in all formats of the game. He is regarded as the quickest bowler in cricket history, having bowled at a pace of 161.3 km/h during Cricket World Cup 23 against England. The nicknames “Tiger” and “Rawalpindi Express” were given to Akhtar in honor of his fast bowling and his birthplace. In addition, he has become the first bowler to cross the 100 mph mark twice in his career.
The Shoaib Akhtar Show gained popularity among viewers soon after its debut on tiny screens thanks to memes created from clips of the first episode, which was hosted by former Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar. Renowned Pakistani anchors Nida Yasir and Shaista Lodhi were recently interviewed for the “Rawalpindi Express” program.
Akhtar asked the former Good Morning Pakistan host during one of their chats which cricketer she thought had the charisma to overpower their game. I believe Naseem Shah is cute, but Shadab Khan is too attractive for a cricketer, Lodhi retorted.
The 45-year-old then inquired ironically, “Why, in this dire situation, did he [Shadab] choose to marry? Why get married so quickly when you were simply hurt during the game? You had the option to wait.”
The Nadaaniyaan actor said, “His wife will service him while he’s injured, of course.” Thus the host said, “Shadab is a very sensible guy, by the way.”
“It is fantastic to see that these cricket players are getting married at such early ages, as you can see. Young people should plan their marriages,” Yasir said.
They will learn about how charming married life is, without a doubt, said Akhtar in a fun, mocking tone. The exact opposite is true for Shoaib Akhtar, Lodhi remarked. The fast runner stated, “I married in my thirties and followed my idol.”
Akhtar frequently refers to Imran Khan, a former Pakistani prime minister and team captain, as his idol for the uninitiated. When Khan and Jemima Goldsmith got married in 1995, Khan was 43 and Goldsmith was 19. The popular program debuted on the OTT service Urdu Flix on February 17, 2023.