Trailer of Malala Yousafzai Documentary “He Named me Malala”

He Named Me Malala

A documentary “He Named me Malala” is being made on the life of the youngest Nobel Peace Prize Winner from Pakistan, Malala Yousafzai.

The Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Malala, revealed the first sighting of her upcoming documentary, He Named me Malala, directed by Davis Guggenheim, on the jokeless episode of The Daily Show on Thursday.

The film features Malala Yousafzai and her father, Zia, along with her family, as they strive to upgrade the education system of the world, together.

At the age of 14, Malala was brutally fired at by the Taliban when she was on her way to school.

Malala has since then pursued her fight against the enemies of education.

A dialogue in the film from Malala is as follows, ‘There comes a time when you have to decide between staying quiet and standing up for your right.’

Watch the Trailer :

He Named Me Malala documentary by mohsinxia

Malala says in the movie, “Had my parents been ordinary, then I too would have been the mother of two today.”

She is seen reminiscing about her Swat days in the documentary and reveals, “I truly miss Pakistan very much and everything I left behind: its streets, my old house and my friends.”

The documentary shows her dad the most and Malala tells her viewers about him, “My dad has always been very supportive of female education and he has always been there for me.”

Davis has previously directed the Hollywood hits, An Inconvenient Truth and Waiting for Superman. This time, however, the directors want a ‘pledge’ from the viewers that they are going to see the film, He Named me Malala, which is scheduled to hit the theatre in October this year.

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