Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi is in news for his recently released autobiography 'Game Changer'. The cricketer has made many shocking, interesting and controversial revelations in his book. Afridi has talked about another controversial topic. He has revealed that he does not give permission to his daughters to play outdoor sports while saying that "feminists can say whatever they want about my decision."Afridi has four daughters named Ansha, Ajwa, Asmara, and Aqsa.
In his autobiography, Afridi arrived at such a decision due to social and religious reason. He also admitted that his wife agreed with him. Afridi wrote that his daughters are only allowed to play any sport as long as it's indoors.
The Express Tribune quoted Afridi saying in his autobiography, "Ajwa and Asmara are the youngest and love to play dress-up. They have my permission to play any sport, as long as they're indoors. Cricket? No, not for my girls. They have permission to play all the indoor games they want, but my daughters are not going to be competing in public sporting activities,"
The 44-year-old has already courted a lot of controversies due to his views and revelations in his books. He commented on the contentious Kashmir issue, also revealed his age, criticised other Pakistani cricket players and claimed to be aware of misconduct during the 2010 spot-fixing scandal.