Shoaib Akhtar Viomag

The fastest bowler in the history of cricket Sohaib Akhtar, delivering a world record top speed of 161.3 km/h is now owning one of the fastest-growing YouTube channels in Pakistan.

Shoaib started his career when personalities like Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis were ending their careers. Pakistan’s cricket team was facing a fear of not having such incomparable fast bowlers. Fortunately, the matchless bowler Shoaib Akhtar came up and started serving Pakistan’s Assembly of fast bowlers.

Shoaib Akhtar with YouTube Gold Icon

From 1999 to 2005, there was no bowler as thrilling as Shoaib. The announcement of his retirement was much heart-breaking for his followers. But after many years of his retirement, his appearance on YouTube excited them all. This is the reason why he reached one million subscribers in just twenty-six days.

After launching his YouTube channel on 29 January 2019 and currently, he is having 1.76M subscribers. It shows the love of his fans even after his retirement. Shoaib says that YouTube is a platform for him to share his thoughts and views to the new generation which it couldn’t do while in his career.

On his channel Mr. Shoaib shares his expert opinion on cricket, interacts with his fans while he travels across the world. He has also interviewed famous personalities not just from cricket but also from the media, political and journalism industry. Personalities like Ali Zafar, Fahad Mustafa, Iqrar ul Hassan shared their life experiences with him in his Vlogs.

In the latest interview, Shoaib Akhtar was asked: “What is the one thing people should change in their life?” His answer was “attitude”.

“The distance from the heart to heaven is not the matter of altitude it’s the matter of attitude”         -Shoaib Akhtar

According to him, attitude is something which matters for the rest of life so one must stay positive in order to excel.

“I cannot be in a prison on my own bitterness” –Shoaib Akhtar

Shoaib while speaking about how he dealt with obstacles like strong opposition in his career said he got no hatred in heart for those who opposed it.