By Ali Shah ByAli ShahSchoolgirl film star Malala Yousafzai became an unwitting Hollywood star on the night she won the Nobel Peace Prize.
The 15-year-old Pakistani activist has been campaigning for better education and women’s rights, but now her name has become synonymous with her award-winning short film “No Girl, No Play” – a scathing critique of the lack of women in the Pakistani film industry.
Malala, who was born Malala Zia, won the prize for her work to end gender-based violence and promote education in schools in 2014.
Malalas win the Nobel Prize in Literature.
But the film she won for her activism was a critical and divisive message for the young women in Pakistan and beyond.
Malala was a student at the Pakistani school where she was born.
She was only 12 years old at the time.
When her father went to visit her, Malala said she was scared and asked her mother for her camera, her favourite, to take a picture of the family.
Her mother said she didn’t care about the camera because she was too scared.
Malafar, her mother, said she knew the girl was a talented young girl but she was not convinced.
When she realised she was going to get the award, she went to her father to get a copy of the book for her.
She read it and the book changed her life.
It changed her outlook on life, her confidence, her life as a young girl, and she felt a sense of responsibility towards all of the people in her village.
She was inspired by the words of a letter she had read in her home that read: “There is no need to be proud to be a girl.
It is not the same as being a boy.
You have to be strong and brave to face adversity and to make your voice heard.”
When she was 12, Malalah became the first child to win the Peace Prize in history.
She is still in school, studying at a prestigious American university.
Her film was an instant success and her mother was proud of her.
She had given her daughter the gift of a film that has changed her career.
The award was also a huge honour for Malala.
She said, “The Nobel Peace prize was a huge honor for me.
I had a lot of expectations and a lot to live up to, but I felt it was important for me to be nominated.
I felt I had done enough for this country.
I’m very grateful for the Nobel peace prize.”
A year after winning the award for her advocacy, Malalya was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer.
It has affected her ability to speak and walk and she has undergone several rounds of chemotherapy.
Her family, friends and many of her fans have been supportive.
She has also received support from Hollywood producers and producers from around the world.
Malalyas story is a testament to the power of the internet, and its power to change lives.
The Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded in 1955.
It was the first time a child from a minority background was given the prize.
Today, more than 200 countries around the globe are named after Nobel laureates.
The world is a very different place in 2017.
Malalis story is one example of the incredible power of social media and social media activism.
Malalas parents, Yousufzai and her father, Yaseen, have since been on a mission to change the lives of girls and young women around the region.
They believe that this award will help change the world for the better.
Malali’s story is inspiring for other young girls around the country who have a similar vision and are struggling for equality.
It also resonates with the Pakistani youth who believe that they have the power to do something about their education and their future.