Imran Khan has been drawing huge and unprecedented crowds for all his meetings across Pakistan. Is he the dark horse?
Cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf or Movement for Justice party, Imran Khan (C) attends a general election campaign meeting in Murree, around 60 kms from Islamabad. You can't lead a revolution and hide behind bullet-proof glass at least not according to Imran Khan, wildcard contender for power at the ballot box in Pakistan next week. Visibly tired by 15-hour days, frenetic flying and driving round the country to address tens of thousands in a campaign dominated by threats and fear of attack, the cricket legend is nothing if not focused.