Wasim Akram, the name indeed needs no introduction. He is the king of Swings, one of the greatest cricketer and celebrity in Pakistan. Wasim akram has his fans not only in Pakistan but worldwide where cricket is being loved and praised.
Apart from his dedication towards his profession and cricket, we have witnessed his patriotism too.
Wasim Akram is still remembered by the fans of cricket in golden words throughout the world for his outstanding and outclasses performance and his efforts.
Like many other Pakistanis, I am myself a die-hard fan of this legendary personality. To pay tribute to Wasim akram, J. has come up with something exceptional and amazing. The lifestyle brand of J. has launched a perfume named after the legendary swinger. J. is very renowned brand of Pakistan and now they are launching their collection of Perfumes. It is consider as Pakistan’s only prestigious and elegant perfume brand which has offered vast range of French and Oriental perfumes for men and women. These Fragrances are one of the basic necessities of one’s life and hence the J. has chosen this way to pay tribute to Wasim Akram on his 50th birthday. The launching ceremony took place in the city of lights Karachi at the Pearl Continental hotel. A massive number of celebrities from different professions were gathered there just to show their love for Wasim.
Price of WASIM AKRAM 414 Scent Of Sultan by J. is PKR 2985/-
The perfume is named “414- Scent of Sultan”. The fascinating reason behind this is his number of taken wickets in the test cricket.
“Wasim Akram is the highest wicket taker in test cricket for Pakistan, having taken 414 wickets in 104 matches; We thought it would make for the perfect name for the perfume,” shares Mohammed Ali Mufti, the Head of Sales and Marketing at J. Fragrances.
“He is a legend in all aspects — He’s a great sportsman but has also maintained the image of a responsible family man and that’s why we decided to pay tribute to him in this way.”
Precious Clicks from Wasim Akram’s Scent Of Sultan launch:
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