Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy has decided to launch two short documentaries titled ‘Dream Big Pakistan’ which will feature a 21-year-old woman.
Minhal Sohail, 21, is among seven athletes representing Pakistani in 2016 Rio Olympics.
Sohail has qualified for the 10 Metre Air Rifle Category for the Olympics and Oscar-winning filmmaker
In her first introductory short film, Sharmeen introduced Minhal Sohail. “Being the first Pakistani woman to qualify for the Olympics is a huge honour,” shared Minhal.
“We Pakistani girls are formidable and can do anything we put our minds to,” says Minhal.
With the hashtag #DreamBigPakistan, Sharmeen wants to highlight the Pakistanis who believe in themselves and achieved their goals.
As Minhal points out, “I hope other Pakistani girls will be inspired by me and follow in my footsteps.”
SOC Films has proudly documented her and the first short film about this valiant young lady who oozes inspiration.
In the short documentary, Sohail confides in and says that she pushes herself a lot to achieve whatever she sets her mind on.
Minhal Sohail has been competing in the Air Rifle category since the age of 16 and has been trained under the Pakistan Navy Shooting Program. The short-film shares Minhal’s training at the Pakistan Navy Shooting Range Facility, Karsaz and her thoughts on competing at the Olympics. The film also features Coach S/Lieutenant Coach Khalid Bin Anwar who has been coaching Minhal for the Olympics, reports Sharmeen’s team.