Indian director Amjad Khan to donate first day film earning to Malala’s school

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Malala Yousafzai is very popular among the people for her efforts and hard work for education of girls.  The people around the world honour her for her great work.

Famous Indian director and actor Amjad Khan is interested in making a film on Malala Yousafzai’s character. He is inspired by the young girl and wants to make a film on her efforts for girls’ education in Swat District.

He has now decided to donate the first day collections of his film to Malals’s school located in Swat.

During an Interview, Amjad Khan said that he wanted to make a film over Malala in order to support and show the respect for women like her. Malala was shot by some Taliban extremists back is October 2012.

Malala wants to become the role model for women’s around the world. But sadly, she was shot down by some Taliban extremists back in October 2012 for bringing the light of education in the remote areas of Pakistan.

Now she has recovered and she is being discharged from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on January 04, 2013 in Birmingham, United Kingdom.

17520091.cmsLater everything turned into the favour of Malala, as everyone gets interested and promoted her story.

In an interview Amjad Khan said, that he wants to do something for Malala Yousafzai and women like her by making this film.

He realized making a film on her is a way of showing respect to her and the donation of movie’s first day’s earning is a sort  of help for the Malala’s school which is situated in Swat.