Sham Idrees (Ehtesham Idrees)

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Sham Idrees born (Ehtesham Idrees) on 16, October 1988 is a Pakistani Canadian musician and entertainer. He is known as one of the commercially successful desi social-media star.
Sham Idrees has been related to many other entertainers as once in a while fallacious for being married. This isn’t the case as he has regularly marketed as being unmarried.​ Sham Idrees has acquired recognition from millions of fans worldwide. His Facebook web page on has over 4 million likes. With over 10 to 30 million reach per week through his posts and tune. He also claims to be the second cousin of former one route singer Zayn Malik


His single “London 2 Paris” produced via Kemyst is over a million views and downloaded with the aid of thousands worldwide.​ His popular remix “Dil Dil Pakistan” produced through Kemyst is over half of one million views on YouTube alone. Having over 108,000 shares on Facebook on my own. This video went viral in Pakistan and became featured and aired on many TV stations which include PTV, Geo tv, Aag tv and plenty of different channels as well as being performed on many radio stations national.

Shaam Edrees is an active member of the community and being a rich man he has been active in various charity organizations. He reportedly donated over $100,000 in charity.
There is also a fake Wikipedia named website ( for his wiki and whilere  does not have an actual page of Wikipedia.

Contact Information:

  • Instagram: ID
  • Twitter: Channel
  • Youtube: Videos
  • Snapchat: Shamidrees
  • Hometown: Toronto
  • Address: #201-1 CLEOPATRA DRIVE
    OTTAWA, ON, K2G 1E8
  • Website:
  • Contact Number: 1-888-812-1937




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Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi aka Boom Boom Afridi


Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi is a national cricketer of Pakistan. He is a sort of celebrity, who is famous among all the age-levels equally. He is respected and appreciated not only across the country but all over the world. He is an all-rounder and best known for his capricious and whimsical nature of hitting the ball while batting. He is a hard-hitting batsman and has capability to change the whole scenario of a match one-handedly. His capability to arouse excitement in the crowd earned him a nick name as Boom Boom Afridi. He has represented his country in all forms of cricket i.e. Test, One-day International, and Twenty20. He has played 27 Test, 398 ODIs and 82 T20s. He holds the record of hitting the longest six of any form of the game. He previously held the record for the fastest century of ODI in 37 balls. Afridi also holds the record of hitting most number of sixes in the history of ODI cricket. Besides his batting, he also bowls as a right-arm leg spinner.

Early life:

Shahid Khan Afridi was born on March 1, 1980 in Khyber Agency of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), Pakistan. He belongs to the Afridi tribe of Pashtuns. He is married and father of four daughters.


Shahid Afridi was called to join national side at the time when he was representing the country from A-Team as a leg-spinner. Interestingly, he was called for his bowling since he was a bowler. He became a member of national side against Kenya with ODI debut on October 2, 1996. However, it was his next match, which earned him such a great name that lasted and will last forever. The achievement he earned in his just second game made him a batting all-rounder instead of bowling. Afridi just earned a record as he knocked the fastest century in the history of ODIs as he hit it on just 37 balls with 13 sixes which is another record in a century knock. His record lasted for more than one and half decade unless it was broken at last. Since that achievement, he became a crucial member of the national side and was even included to the Test squad against Australia two years later of his ODI debut. He played first Test in October 22, 1998 against Australia. However, as he was a hard-hitter in batting, he could not much succeeded in the longest form of cricket. His Test career sees couple of inclusions and exclusions from the side as he did not maintain consistency in the classical form of cricket. He ended up from Test in July 13, 2010 against the very team he debut with, Australia. However, his nature of playing fast cricket had introduced a sort of aura in international cricket that many cricketers from around the world started playing fast cricket. And it was this inclination that resulted in the emergence of the shortest form of cricket known as Twenty20. Afridi’s T20 career started on August 28, 2006 against England. Later, he became captain of the side for the shortest form of the game.

ODI Career:

He ended up his ODI career after scoring 8,064 runs with an average of 23.57 that includes 6 centuries and 39 fifties and his top knock was 124. As far bowling, he bagged 395 wickets at the average of 34.51 where 9 times he ended with 5 wickets in a match.

Test Career:

In Test, he scored 1716 with an average of 36.51 and he made 5 centuries along with 8 fifties with a top knock of 156. He got 48 wickets in Test with one five-wicket haul.

T20 Career:

He played 82* T20 till October 2015 and had scored 1218 at batting average of 19.03 with four fifties and no century. His top knock in T20 is 54* and he bagged 83 wickets as well.

Achievements & Awards:

Shahid Khan Afridi had been awarded two Lux Style Awards for the category of Most Stylish Sportsperson. He was awarded first in 2007 and later in 2011. However, it is not end of the awards as Afridi was also awarded with Pride of Performance Award in 2010.

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Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah


قائد اعظم محمد علی جناح Muhammad Ali Jinnah (25 December 1876 – 11 September 1948), who was born on 25 December 1876 was the founder of Pakistan. Apart from that, he was even a lawyer and of course, a great politician. He was elected as the first governor of Pakistan. He was granted the title of ‘Father of the Nation’ by his people and his birthday is designated as the national holiday in Pakistan.


Jinnah was born in Karachi and studied law from London from Lincoln’s Inn. He returned to Karachi in 1896 and found out that his father had some major losses in business and therefore he had to do something on his own. He started practicing in Bombay after that. Jinnah has a very good grasp over his field but he had a keen interest in politics. That is why he attended a session of Congress in Calcutta in 1906 and eventually, he joined the Indian National Congress in his early political years. If Jinnah wouldn’t have had joined Congress, he wouldn’t have realized the extreme need of a separate political party for Muslims which will guard and fight for the rights of Muslims. Then Jinnah also proposed a fourteen-point constitutional plan to safeguard the rights of Muslims. However, he resigned in 1920 from Congress.

He practiced law in Bombay for only three years but he emerged as a very successful and famous barrister. After six months of practice, he was offered a permanent position was he declined. He was offered a very good sum of salary but his interest was towards politics and thus he politely refused the offer.


After resigning from Congress, Jinnah joined the Muslim League in 1906. Even after resigning from Congress, Jinnah constantly worked to bring the parties in coordination with each other. Lucknow Pact was one of the efforts Jinnah came up with, to unite these two parties. But then Jinnah realized ultimately that these two parties are separated by not only religion but by ideology as well, so he demanded a separate country for Muslims.


Pakistan came into existence after so many sacrifices and hard work of the leaders of those times. People sacrificed their homage, properties and even their lives for their homeland. Jinnah made sure that their sacrifices wouldn’t go worthless and thus he continued the hard work even after attaining the separate land for his people. Because land was only the first step, there were a lot of more problems at hand.


He was elected as the first Governor General of Pakistan. Pakistan faced a lot of problems at the beginning like water, electricity, gas, proper residency problems. Jinnah looked into every single matter and made sure that proper facilities were provided to everyone. He wrote a letter to the leaders of other countries and asked for their help.


He was rewarded with the title of ‘The Father of The Nation’. Moreover, the title of ‘Quaid-E-Azam” was given to him by Maulana Mazharuddin Shaheed in 1938.


Bolitho, Hector (1954). Jinnah: Creator of Pakistan. London: John Murray.


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