Malala Yousafzai Reveals Her Favorite Films and TV Shows

 Malala Yousafzai Reveals Her Favorite Films and TV Shows

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousufzai, is a literate lady who surfaced over media in susceptible havoc of Pakistan. Recently she shared her priorities to spend quality leisure time. She shared her love to binge-watch ‘Soul’, ‘The White Tiger’, and Boy State. Malala Yousafzai Reveals Her Favorite Films and TV Shows.

Malala Yousafzai talked about her preferred films and TV shows in an Instagram session

The youngest Nobel Prize laureate is a passionate, active social media user and an intransigent cricket fan, who ensures to keep tabs on the latest proclamations and binge-watches them in her recreational time.

While conversing about her Instagram stories, the humanitarian and social activist for female education shared how enthused she is to watch Priyanka Chopra’s Netflix hit The White Tiger, the supernatural animated film Wolf walkers and Jamie Foxx’s Soul.

Malala shared a poster of a documentary titled Boys State. The laureate adores the movie on intellectual refrains, as it is based on teenagers who invented to be established politicians, with some of them having strong persuasions based on experiences and others, misusing power in the hopes of winning the support of the crowd. The I am Malala author said,

“I love to see such uplifting documentaries from a woman’s perspective as well.”

Malal Joined Trending TikTok App

Yousufzai surfaced over the digital streaming podium with her first video hitting 79.5K likes within 24 hours. The TikTok account for her fundraiser ‘Malala Fund’ shared the first clip with her brief introduction for viewers.

Malala Yousafzai Reveals Her Favorite Films and TV Shows

“Hi Tik Tok. My name is Malala Yousafzai. Some of you might already know me, you might have heard my UN speech, or might have read my book, I am Malala. Some of you may not know me yet so I will introduce myself. I am a recent graduate of Oxford University. My favorite things are shoes, comedy and reading books. I am 23 years old and I’m a girl’s education activist.”

Well…Malala’s choice of TV shows is profound and imperturbable.

Also Read: Malala’s thoughtful Conversation with Mira Sethi about her time at Oxford is ENTERTAINING

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