From TVC to Dubsmash, Aamir Liaquat never fails to entertain

Kaisa diya aapko? Nahi diya acha?


Entertainment Desk March 19, 2016
Kaisa diya aapko?

Controversial Subh-e-Pakistan host Aamir Liaquat loves the limelight, but instead of the regular antics we're accustomed to on his show, Aamir now seems to have tried different approaches to entertain his audience.

From the Ten Sports TVC to Dubsmash, Aamir is on a roll and there's no stopping him. Our favourite aam wala turned cowboy in the latest T20 TVC and left everyone very confused with his punchline.

Agar team ko jitana hay toh fans ko zor lagana hai” (for the team to win, the fans must give it their all/ push harder/ persevere?). We're still not quite sure what he means...



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But that's not all. He has become the latest celebrity to join the Dubsmash bandwagon. And he chose to show his acting prowess by mouthing lines to Bollywood superstars like Amitabh Bachchan and SRK.

No wonder he is being offered a role in a film.

How well do you think he did Shah Rukh Khan's line from Dilwale? "Hum sharif kya hue puri duniya hi badamsh ban gayi."



PHOTO: INDIA-FORUMS.COM

He didn't just stop there, however. He also brought out his inner Akshay Kumar from Rowdy Rathore. "Jo mein bolta hoon woh mein karta hoon, joh mein nahi bolta - woh main definitely karta hoon!"

Further proving his commitment to his Dubsmash performance, Liaquat snaps his fingers in sync as well.



PHOTO: EROSNOW.COM

Gaurav Gera spoofs Ayesha Sana's viral video

Next, the doctor of Islam gives Amitabh Bachchan's famous line from the movie Shehensha a try. "Rishte mein toh hum tumhare baap lagte hai aur naam hai Shehensha"



Close? Don't think so.

PHOTO: PEPPYSTORY.COM

So,



Here's some nostalgia for you:



Aamir Liaquat, you're better off as an aam wala.



 



Err... we'll pass.

COMMENTS (1)

Bunny Rabbit | 5 years ago | Reply AT least he is providing entertainment .
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