First look of Malala from debut web series unveiled. Activists set for cameo in '' We Are Lady Parts.''

First images on Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai's cameo role in Nida Manzoor's critically acclaimed British comedy We Are Lady Parts have been released, and it looks as though viewers are in for a treat.

We Are Lady Parts follows the highs and lows of a Muslim-women punk band. Latest images show Malala draped in a blue-gown sitting atop a horse, completing her look with a cowgirl hat.

After a successful run during its first season, the show returns with season 2 on May 30.

For her cameo, Malala joins band members Anjana Vasan, [ Wicked Little Letters, Black Mirror],  Sarah Kameela Impey [ Vera, Halcyon Heights], Juliette Motamed [ Halo, Magic Mike's Last Dance ],  Faith Omole [ An Ideal Husband Endeavour ] and Lucie Shorthouse [ Rebus, Henpacalypse!]

Series two sees the band return with a renewed artistic mission after the high of their first UK tour,  only to find a rival band threatening to overthrow everything they have worked for.

As the reality of chasing success comes crashing down upon them, the band members start to question whether striking it big in the music world is something they truly want.

In an earlier interview, creator Manzoor who based the show that the new season will explore the interior lives of all the women on the show in greater depth.

'' Each of them facing new, existential challenges with all the silliness, pitfalls and banter of season one,'' she explained.

Tasked with creating more original music for the show, the director furthered, 

The music is bigger too - more with original tunes [ penned by me and my siblings ] and dare I say it, even better covers.''

All the episodes of the first season of We Are Lady Parts are available to stream on Peacock and Channel 4 in the UK.

The show is produced by Working Title Television [ WTTV], which is part of Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group.

The World Students Society thanks The Express Tribune.


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