Shoot of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai's biopic will resume from September | Memsaab.com

Malala Yousafzai, is the youngest person to ever win the Nobel Prize. The shooting of upcoming biopic 'Gul Makai', which based on the life of teenaged Pakistani activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai - will resume from September, said the film's producer Anand Kumar.

Part of the film has already been shot in Bhuj and Mumbai in 2016. Later, the cast and crew deferred the shoot of the film in Kashmir due to strained situations.

Part of the film has already been shot in Bhuj and Mumbai in 2016. Later, the cast and crew deferred the shoot of the film in Kashmir due to strained situations.
In This Image: Malala Yousafzai
Kumar is happy with the first edits and is excited to resume the shoot of the film. He credits director Amjad Khan for capturing great visuals and bringing out the core reality to the silver screen.
 

The biopic is 50 percent finished and I am super curious to bring it to the silver screen soon, the film producer added.

The biopic is 50 percent finished and I am super curious to bring it to the silver screen soon, the film producer added.
In This Image: Malala Yousafzai
“We have already shot the war sequences and other important schedules. Now we will be shooting with our 'Malala' in Kashmir," Anand said in a statement.

The crew will start the shoot amid tight security. They have already shot the war scenes in extreme locations as it demonstrates the untouched subjects which had a major effect on Malala's life.

The crew will start the shoot amid tight security. They have already shot the war scenes in extreme locations as it demonstrates the untouched subjects which had a major effect on Malala's life.
In This Image: Malala Yousafzai
The makers have also planned to introduce the leading lady, who will be seen playing Malala, at an event on August 23. The film will demonstrate distinctive shades and reality of the extreme circumstances which Malala experienced while raising her voice for the girl education in Pakistan.