Frequent candlelight dinners at the place where you both had your first date or a text message saying “I miss you” right after your man drops you to your place, describe love from the Hollywood perspective.
In real life, the expression of love is quite different. In Pakistan, it is very different!
Real love is what everyone looks for. But being a Pakistani, one looks for real "Pakistani" love. Here is what local Twitter users had to say on the topic.
If your wife is willing to learn Punjabi to communicate with and impress your mother that's #RealPakistaniLove bro.
If your girlfriend doesn't try to commit suicide every two seconds its not #RealPakistaniLove
If you haven't take your girlfriend out for a Halwa Puri date, its not a #RealPakistaniLove
If you have a problem with your boyfriend's female best friend its #RealPakistaniLove
If a man doesn't call his wife "meri begum", it's not #RealPakistaniLove
if you dont call her AAPKI BHABHI in front of your friends, this is not #realpakistanilove
if you don't consider her your "Izat" Its not #RealPakistaniLove
If a woman doesn't give you her dupatta for you to wipe your sweat or your snot with, it's not #RealPakistaniLove.
One missed call on the land line, before the actual call. That's #RealPakistaniLove.
If your wife sits in the lawn with a shot gun ready when you're late, that's #RealPakistaniLove
If a wife *sharmatay huye* says: "Yeh meray woh hain.." then it's #RealPakistaniLove
The boyfriend has problem with all male friends of the girl #RealPakistaniLove
SUNYE..... .... Jee Begum!!! #RealPakistaniLove
If both "don't jayllus" when they see each other talking to different ppl, that's not #RealPakistaniLove
When ur girlfrnd asks u to swear upon thy love for every other thing you do in her absence "Khao hamare pyar ki kasam.." #RealPakistaniLove
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