CRICKETER Kudzai Mutiti is set to release his documentary titled “The Love Affair” later this month.
it will be the story of his life and love for cricket from an early age.
The documentary will see various figures from across the cricketing landscape offer their thoughts on Mutiti as a person on and off the cricket field.
The documentary will be broadcasted in the United Kingdom.
Mutiti, who plays for Division Two Great Houghton Cricket Club in England, and is also the founder of Hokima Cricket Academy, said his documentary was meant to inspire generations to come.
“The title of the documentary is called ‘The Love Affair’ and it is in relation to how I have been in love with the game of cricket from an early age,” he said.
“It is a documentary meant to inspire the current and next generations of sports people to never give up on their dreams, whatever sport they play.
“In the documentary, we have people who gave testimonials on who Kudzai Mutiti is as a person, both on and off the field of play, what he was like growing up.”
“From humble beginnings of being an airtime seller at one stage to playing club cricket in the UK, I am looking forward to flying higher as I illustrate it all in the upcoming documentary.”
Mutiti juggles his duties as founder of Hokima Cricket Academy with other roles.
He is chairperson of Titans Cricket Club as well as a board member of the Mashonaland East Cricket Board.
“Cricket has always been my first love, though I did play football and dabbled in athletics for a bit during my formative years,” he said.
“I started playing cricket when I was in Grade Three and was introduced to the sport by a man by the name of Mr Gwatiringa.
“I can’t, for the life of me, remember his first name. I played provincial cricket for Mountaineers from Under-14 level right up to Under-19, and also had stints with the Mashonaland East Cricket Association, also known as MECA, and Titans.”