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WATCH: Imran Abbas creates hilarious parody by lip-syncing PM Shehbaz’s gaffe

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Pakistani actor Imran Abbas recently stole the show online as he reenacted a gaffe made by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif by lip-syncing the voice of the premier.

The hilarious parody video has been made on PM Shehbaz Sharif’s audio from a recent press conference where he was criticising the former PTI-led government for continuously calling the PML-N leaders “chor, daku” [thieves and robbers] in its almost two and a half years of governance.

Abbas can be seen showing his amazing expressions to make the audio more enjoyable, where the premier says that he considers calling anyone with such words — thieves and robbers — a disrespect towards humanity but he would ask them [PTI leaders] to look into the mirror for sure.

The video goes on with Imran lip-syncing on PM Shehbaz’s dialogue where he further makes it clear what he meant to say by quoting a Punjabi idiom.

“They say in Punjabi, aap apni manjhi thalay jhaaro den,” PM Shehbaz said. The words translate to “sweep under your charpoy” which is incorrect as compared to the actual Punjabi idiom.

However, the premier immediately realised that he has said it wrong so he asked others around him what it exactly was.

As people correct PM Shehbaz, he repeats the “correct version” by saying, “[…] manjhi thalay dang den,” but to his disappointment, it was still not correct.

Unaffected by the embarrassment, PM Shehbaz once again corrected himself with the help of others and finally said the right idiom “manjhi thalay dang pheren” which still means “sweep under your charpoy” but is said when advising someone to rectify their own faults before pointing out others.

The actual event might not be that momentous but Imran’s excellent acting skills made the video hilarious.

However, the actor handed a clarification beforehand to avoid any unpleasant debate on the video, saying that this video is for entertainment purposes only instead of hurting anyone’s feelings.

“No offence to anyone, this video is made just for fun’s sake. It’s not at all political or hateful and doesn’t reflect my association or dislike for any personality or political party rather i think it was really cute yet funny,” Imran wrote in the video caption.

The video has garnered thousands of comments of appreciation and has been viewed by 608,000 users.

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The actor Ali Mallah of “Ishq Murshid” talks about life’s challenges.

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After a successful stint in the smash hit Ishq Murshid, Sindhi musician Ali Gul Mallah, who has been in the industry for thirty years, has suddenly become the talk of the town.

He at last received the credit he earned and rose to fame across the country.

He discussed his experiences with financial hardships in Mazaq Raat, as well as how being an orphan exacerbated his suffering.

world,” saidHe said he had only one sister and that his mother had passed away while he was a small child. “When a person’s mother goes, he is just like an orphan in the world,” the father of the speaker remarried.

He also talked candidly about how his success caused everyone to behave differently.

According to him, those who once ridiculed and criticized him, asking whether he was attempting to become Shah Rukh Khan, are now more amiable and appreciate his efforts.

Ali Jan, the son of Ali Gul Mallah, appeared on the show alongside his father and expressed their immense happiness and pride at their father’s accomplishments.

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Aiza Awan expresses her enjoyment of playing the role of a damsel in distress.

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Aiza Awan recently appeared as a guest on the PSL special show ‘Har Lamha Purjosh. She actively participated in enjoyable activities and openly responded to the innocent questions asked by host Najeeb-ul-Hasnain.

During a segment, Awan disclosed that it is indeed accurate that the majority of her budget is allocated to travel expenses. When questioned about her most opulent journey, the actress highlighted Europe and revealed that she has extensively traversed the majority of the region.

When questioned about whether she has stopped portraying the conventional damsel in distress characters in movies, the actor of ‘Tere Bina Mein Nahi’ responded with a straightforward “no.” Due to my exclusive focus and extensive experience in this genre, it has become my area of expertise. As a result, I have developed a high level of proficiency in portraying emotions, particularly crying. Therefore, I have gained a deeper understanding of those characters and have developed a certain level of enjoyment for them.


Furthermore, Awan revealed that novice performers typically arrive on the sets early and depart late; however, she acknowledged that this practice is not wholly unjustified, as one needs to exert great effort during their initial phase of striving.

Aiza Awan’s most recent acting role was in the popular drama series ‘Tere Bina Mein Nahi’, where she appeared with renowned actors Shahzad Sheikh and Sonya Hussyn.

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Fazila Qazi exposes ceremonies for awards

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The expert stated, “Social media followers are just a passing trend,” during a program. She also said that users on social media have all the time in the world and are “purposeless.”

Furthermore, she made oblique references to the fact that Pakistani award ceremonies are primarily preset and predetermined and that a particular group of people consistently win honors.
In answer to a separate query, Qazi said that all drama serials in recent years have the same storyline, which is reused repeatedly with “different angles.” She said, “It’s the same plot and material with a few minor changes to try something fresh.
The veteran described “politics in Pakistan” as an enjoyable diversion.

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