After actor Sarah Khan's wedding to Falak Shabbir last week, Usman Mukhtar has developed somewhat of a reputation as a lucky charm for people looking for love - both of his last co-stars got married after starring alongside him (Naimal Khawar and Sarah Khan.)
While the whole of social media seemed to be cracking the same joke last week, Osman Khalid Butt also chimed in with his version, albeit a little late to the party. Tagging Mukhtar on Twitter, OKB wrote, "Bro meray saath bhi kisi dramay mai aa jao taakay meri bhi shaadi ho jaye (Bro, please star with me in some drama so I can get married too)."
He followed his tweet up with another hilarious one, acknowledging that he's late to the joke. "Just realized I'm about 12 days late with this joke," he tweeted.
Just realized I'm about 12 days late with this joke.— Osman Khalid Butt (@aClockworkObi) July 26, 2020
Of course, the tweet had Twitter in fits, especially since OKB is known to be quite the jokester - he has a great sense of humour and smack-on comedic timing! Evidently, Mukhtar does too, since he has been in on the joke since it started doing the rounds last week. He himself has tweeted earlier that he would make sure to be solo in his next project so he can get married himself!
Of course, keeping in line with the humour, he got back to OKB, saying, "Mein kehta hoon done kertay hein! (I say, let's do it!)"
Mein kehta hoon done kertay hein!!!— Usman Mukhtar (@MukhtarHoonMein) July 27, 2020
Fans' reaction to OKB's original tweet was just as hilarious with many offering to fulfil his wish to get married by offering to marry him!
im here to marry u tho so umm— 𝐦𝐢𝐧𝐚𝐡𝐢𝐥 (@arisluvbot) July 26, 2020
You need to slide into my dms. Man. Phir h shadi ho gi na 🙄— wannabe Heer (@bubbly_se_tapuk) July 27, 2020
What do you say? Would you be excited to see the two actors together in some drama? If we're being honest, we would love that!
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