Amir Khan’s documentary premiers at London Film festival


Pakistani born British boxer Amir Khan’s documentary got premiered on Saturday at the Raindance Film Festival in London.

The documentary revolves around the story of Amir’s struggle throughout his career and also covered the people who helped him in his professional life.

The 31-years-old revealed this news on social media.

He said that a documentary based on his entire professional life will show the actual struggle he did to fulfil his dreams.

He announced that Team Khan is having a world premiere at Raindance Film Festival in London.

“Excited to announce that TEAM KHAN, a feature documentary about me, is having its World Premiere at the Raindance Film Festival in London this Saturday 29th of September. Last few tickets are available through the Raindance website. See you there!” he wrote.

He added that “The film will have a wider release later this year, more details to follow soon,”

On the other hand, the documentary has been chosen in the Best UK Feature and Best Cinematography category at the festival.

Prior to that, the production team behind the documentary praised Amir’s struggle to reach on the next level as a professional boxer.

They through social media applauded Amir’s struggle and said that “Over the course of two years we spent countless hours watching Amir train under the tutelage of Virgil Hunter. The skill, dedication and athleticism we witnessed in those sessions was incredible to see up close.”

“This has been a long journey over the last 4 years and we want to thank everyone who has supported us along the way, especially the amazing team who helped bring it to life.” they added.