Our prominent TV personalities Aamir Liaquat Hussain and Yasir Hussain have given Indians a fair and right reason to comment on Pakistani people as well as the industry.
Liaquat made an insensitive comment on Bollywood actors Irrfan Khan and Sridevi’s death. Yasir also came up with his so-called joke on another Bollywood legend.
Referring to Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan, he wrote on his Instagram story that Amar gone, Akbar gone, now only Anthony remains. In the Indian film, Amar Akbar Anthony, actor Vinod Khanna played the role of ‘Amar’, Rishi Kapoor played the role of ‘Akbar’ and Amitabh Bachchan played the role of ‘Anthony’.
This is not the first time Yasir has been called out for his self-loved jokes. Earlier, he commented on a sensitive issue like child molestation which also grabbed headlines and trouble for the actor.
However, it didn’t go down well with the Indians who are now calling out Pakistani celebs for their lack of empathy.
Dear Pakistani ‘celebrities’: Yes, I mean Yasir Hussain & Aamir Liaquat. You can have your opinions on our actors but mocking them & making insensitive comments on their death is absolutely disgusting. It shows you, your fraternity & frankly your country in bad light.
— Harneet Singh (@Harneetsin) May 2, 2020
You are zero on global map, ethic less media TV professional, try to make fun of your dead loved ones like this #AamirLiaquat
— Subodh Malasi (@MalasiSubodh) May 3, 2020
#YasirHussain bilkul …. remember them, talk to them, send them wishes. You do NOT need to compare them with the people who passed away though. Have some sensitivity while you keep that Roza!
— priyamvada (@priyamvadami) May 3, 2020
Celebrities U call them? HA!
Well,as a normal citizen,n on behalf of the"Sensible"Loog of MY nation..
I apologize!#AamirLiaquat Lanaat ho tum per,aur tum jaiso per! Goes for U 2 #YasirHussain It's SIMPLY bec.of ppl. like U,that the world STILL spits on Pakistan
— Inaaya (@ParicaSahad) May 2, 2020
— Mishal (@Mishalsiddiqi) May 2, 2020
Brainless person with bad sense of humour. I don’t think so if people find him FUNNY.
— Vicky (@ilford67486051) May 3, 2020
Absolutely not! He had no business saying what he did about legends. It does not matter which country these legends belong to. Bad upbringing #AamirLiaquat High time all platforms just boycott him
— Shobha Sant (@ShobhaIyerSant) May 2, 2020
Well, this time we can’t blame Indians for commenting bad about Pakistan or Pakistani artistes. Pakistanis too, believe that their comments were insensitive and below the belt. People like Aamir Liaquat and Yasir Hussain have become a reason of disgrace for us.
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