Malala Yousafzai couldn’t be happier about the new Ms. Marvel miniseries from Marvel. She said something nice about the movie on her Instagram.
Imaan Vellani is shown as an American-Pakistani superhero whose family came to the U.S. as Muslims.
Malala Yousafzai is very happy about the new Marvel miniseries Ms. Marvel, especially how it shows how a Pakistani immigrant family really lives.
In the show, Imaan Vellani is shown as an American-Pakistani superhero who comes from a Muslim immigrant family. Kamala Khan, a teen from New Jersey who loves Captain Marvel, plays the first Muslim superhero in the MCU.
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Malala, who is 24 years old, praised the programme in a special message on her Instagram story. As a sign of thanks, Malala’s note was also shared on Marvel’s official Instagram account.
“It’s not often that I turn on the TV and see a character who eats the same things I do, listens to the same music I do, or says the same things in Urdu as I do. What a joy it was to see Ms. Marvel show the life of a Pakistani immigrant family and a young superhero whose powers have something to do with her background. She wrote on Instagram, “Thank you, Marvel, Disney+, and most of all, Ms. Marvel.”
Ms. Marvel is directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, who has won an Oscar. It is also directed by Meera Menon, Adil El Arbi, and Bilall Fallah.
The cast includes Aramis Knight, Matt Lintz, Saagar Shaikh, Rish Shah, Mohan Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar, Nimra Bucha, Zenobia Shroff, Travina Springer, Laurel Marsden, Laith Nakli, and Azhra Usman.
In addition to these beautiful actresses, “Peechay Hutt” by Hasan Raheem and Justin Bibis, a Pakistani song, will be the official song for this superhero show.