Neither is he a messiah nor a savior. He is NOT the anti-corruption hero. Plus, he isn’t honest as well. So what is Imran Khan? He is not financially corrupt, true. He is a celebrity, yes. He was a champion cricketer, also true. He is a philanthropist. And, he is handsome.
Recently, I’ve been noticing one thing: People in Pakistan hate the naked truth. They only want to hear “Positive News” even if it is false, misleading and anything but the truth.
Son of the soil, hardcore patriot and actor, Mr. Shaan Shahid has rendered a great sacrifice for his nation. The man has started a new trend on twitter with the name #buybackpakRs.
Wahab Riaz is too risky an option for a tournament like the World Cup. He can still bowl fast, I get it. But he is unreliable, particularly when the pressure is on. On his off days, he can leak a lot of runs.
“Youthia” is a fascinating term. The Youthia Brigade believes that only uneducated people vote for PML-N. And that if they were educated or learned they would never support Nawaz Sharif.
During the 2nd match of the PakvsEng ODI series, former cricketer and commentator Waqar Younis said: “There is competition between Yasir Shah and Shadab Khan for World Cup selection.
In his political career, Imran Khan has projected himself as a brave leader. Just a few days back, he paid tribute to Tipu Sultan, an 18th-century ruler of Mysore for preferring to die fighting rather than living a life of slavery.
While speaking at a convention to mark the 22nd anniversary of PTI, Prime Minister Imran Khan made an honest statement: “No general supported me or my party, in fact, it was the role of political engineers that helped us win the elections”.
TLP leader Afzal Qadri’s recent meek surrender and resignation from the fear of the powerful security apparatus is a perfect case of an “asset created, used when needed, and then thrown away when not required anymore”.