Pakistan’s former flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi once again won hearts by giving his precious time to a cerebral Palsy disabled child.
Afridi shared a video of him meeting with his special fan in which the Pakistani star is seen having some valuable time with the one who came from Jhelum to meet his favorite star.
“It was very emotional to meet my fan Mutaahir from Jehlum. Looking at his happiness to see me,” Afridi tweeted.
I am only because of my fans & their love. It was very emotional to meet my fan Mutaahir from Jehlum. Looking at his happiness to see me. You all & #Pakistan has made me who I am today & I owe my success to u all. I will be ur Boom Boom forever #HopeNotOut pic.twitter.com/IWYJ0Lnza4
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) April 8, 2019
The hard-hitting batsman said that Pakistan and his fans have given him the identity and without their love he is nothing. “I am only because of my fans & their love, You all and Pakistan have made me who I am today & I owe my success to u all. I will be ur Boom Boom forever,” he added.
Known as ‘Boom Boom’, Afridi knows how to respect his fans and reply to their love and support. He is active on his social media accounts and keeps on doing interaction with his followers.
Afridi had taken retirement from all formats of the game in 2016 after the T20 World Cup. He had represented Pakistan in 27 Tests, 398 ODIs and 99 T20Is.