He Named Me Malala will truly create a movement around the world. Already this true story has touched many lives in its shows so far and inspired children and parents to watch the story of a girl and her father take on the world to provide education to as many children as possible. Director Davis Guggenheim has put his heart and soul to this documentary and as a father he showcases this beautiful father- daughter story with finesse. You must meet Ziauddin Yousafzai who is a simple man and just wants the best for his children. Both inspired me to tell this story in the interview for The Asian Weekly, courtesy of them, Crimson Multimedia and Fox Searchlight Pictures UK.
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