Following a Twitter user's random tweet on April 13, the #MeAt20 challenge seems to have taken flight and now, our very own Pakistani celebs are participating in full swing!
Appearing just months after the 10-year-challenge, the Me At 20 challenge means you have you dig in your archives and post a photo of yourself at age 20. Here are some who are winning the #MeAt20 challenge.
One of the first to participate was, of course, Shehzad Roy. His post led to a frenzy on local Twitter with people surprised at how he has managed to look the same - A young Shehzad looks almost identical to him today, and we're all for getting the direction to his fountain of youth.
Following in his footsteps, many others posted over the weekend, including actor Aijaz Aslam who shared a photo from his modelling days - he has promised to share a few more later!
Humayun Saeed also joined in on the trend and posted a photo from his youth - it qualifies, but isn't from when he was 20, he revealed in one of the comments.
"Ab is se buri koi mili nahin... 15 saal wali dikhane ke qabil nahin. (I couldn't find one worse than this, and the one at 15 isn't worth showing)," he wrote in the comments.
Yasir Hussain shared one of his own, with many of his friends taking to the comments to pull his leg - as friends do!
Ranjha Ranjha Kardi actor Imran Ashraf also dug up an old photo of himself from his younger days - not that he's not young anymore, he's anything but old!
In one of the most endearing and nostalgia-inducing throwback for the #MeAt20 challenge, Mikaal Zulfiqar shared his first big break - in Abrarul Haq's video for his song Sanu Tere Naal Pyaar Hogaya, alongside Iman Ali.
Yeah, it had us moving along to the track once again, just like in the old times!
Hadiqa Kiani chimed in with her extreme throwback picture too! "I definitely wasn’t 20 here but this is me at the start of my MSc in Psychology degree and at graduation," she wrote with a sweet picture of herself.
Singer and actor Ali Zafar's #MeAt20 post is a lesson in hard work, if anything. Ali shared a picture of himself sitting outside PC Hotel, where he would sketch to collect money.
"Remember sketching 16-18 hrs continuously everyday...back breaking. Needed to support family & save 4-5 lakhs to be able to record my first music album & video," he wrote.
"Will never forget those times. In short, remember, there are no short cuts to success and no substitute for hard work," Ali shared.
Keep watching this space for more new posts!
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