Sohai Ali Abro reveals how she trained to become 'Motorcycle Girl'

Published: March 31, 2018
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Actor Sohai Ali Abro is all set to make her silver screen comeback with Motorcycle Girl the upcoming biopic Zenith Irfan, the first Pakistani woman to travel across the northern areas on a bike.

The star has gone to great lengths to prepare for the forthcoming film and recently shared a video explaining the training she underwent.

Sohai states that she learnt how to ride a motorbike with the help of Women on Wheels – the Punjab government’s strategic reform’s unit. In the video, she also encouraged other women to apply and become a part of movement.

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The actor seems to be bearing most of the film’s burden as she will be the sole focus of Motorcycle Girl with no male hero.

The Jawani Phir Nahi Ani star plays a very convincing 20-year-old, whose father’s passing has impacted her life in a massive way.

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She has just one thought in her mind: fulfilling her father’s dreams. More specifically, to fulfill her father’s wish to travel to Khanjerab (Pak-China border) on his motorcycle.

The first look of Sohai Ali Abro’s ‘Motorcycle Girl’ is here and boy, does it look cute!

Motorcycle Girl is slated to release on April 20. It has been written and directed by Adnan Sarwar and also stars Samina Peerzada as Sohai’s mother.

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