Former Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar announced that he will no longer be involved in the biopic project about him, titled “Rawalpindi Express.”

He said the decision to disassociate himself from the film Rawalpindi Express and its makers were taken after careful consideration of months.

Shoaib Akhtar also warned in a tweet that the makers of the movie will face legal action if they continue to use his name or life story without his permission.

“Very sadly, I would like to inform all of you that after careful consideration of months, I have decided to disassociate myself from the film Rawalpindi Express & its makers by terminating the agreement through my management and legal team. Definitely, it was a dream project, and I tried a lot to prevent and stay in the boat, but unfortunately, things were not going well. Failure to resolve disagreements amicably and continuous contractual violations finally resulted in us to cut ties with them.”

“Therefore, I have left the project after complying all legal protocols of revoking the rights to the story of my life. Severe legal action will be taken if the makers continue to make biography film and use my name and life story events in any way,” the tweet read.

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