Former captain of Pakistan Wasim Akram has announced that his autobiography book, “Sultan Wasim Akram,” will be released in the coming weeks.

The “Sultan of Swing” made the announcement on Twitter, writing: “Finally you will know the truth & my side of the story! Details and dates soon to follow, stay tuned…”

Details indicate that the Justice Malik Qayyum Commission report, match-fixing, and cricket celebrities would come under a lot of shocking relevations. There will be various translations of the book, including Urdu.


In his book, Akram incorporated memories from both his personal and professional lives. He also discussed Imran Khan and the 1992 World Cup in the book.

The cricketer allegedly disclosed some significant but previously unreported cricket-related occurrences.