Pakistan’s culture is always an attraction for foreign celebrities coming to visit. The colors, food, hospitality and rich values embedded with love are what Pakistanis specialize in.
Peshawar Zalmi’s Skipper Daren Sammy Fan-favourite and Chairman Javed Afridi visited Mizar-e-Quaid and paid his salutations. He took inspiration from his famous quote “Unity, Faith & Discipline” and the history of the leader who made a miracle nation. He expressed deep interest in things of Jinnah’s personal use.
A video went viral of the skipper holding the Pakistan flag, dressed in shalwar kameez visiting Quaid’s Mausoleum last resting place, continues to win cricket-lover Pakistanis’ hearts with his enthusiasm for the traditions and cultures of the country and paid a tribute to the nation’s founder.
Visiting the Governor House Sindh Sammy and Chairman Zalmi took part for the Clean & Green campaign of 10 billion trees, a drive intended of planting 10 billion trees across the country. Both of them planted a tree and urged everyone else to do the same as well.
Sammy told the reporters that he was enjoying his time in Karachi, most of it in exploring the local cultures and cuisines. He said that he wants to see the fans happy, that’s why he plays cricket. He found shalwar kameez really nice and comfortable to wear and loved the ultimate biryani. Praising the architecture of Quaid’s Mausoleum he said it was wonderful.
Daren Sammy is hoping for its team Peshawar Zalmi could win this PSL
On the contrary, Zalmi owner said it is indeed a historical moment to have the Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches in the city of our Quaid.
Bringing back PSL to Pakistan we saw numerous international cricketers coming to Pakistan, some of those included who earlier thought of Pakistan as not a safe place. The level of hospitality that they received from Pakistanis they would sure love to visit Pakistan again.
Pakistan’s open-hearted welcome, love in the air, the flavor of rich culture, and above all the passion for Cricket in the bloodline will attract international cricket in the future for sure.