Nausheen Shah grinds Aamir Liaquat: Oh God You talk nonstop
May 3, 2021 12:54 PM
Pakistani actress Nausheen Shah while passionately trying to get her opinion across about a subject loses her temper with Pakistani television host Aamir Liaquat and tells him to zip his mouth.
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We have started to feel a bit sorry for Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain as he has now been insulted multiple times by renowned celebrities.
Aamir’s favourite habit we believe is ‘teasing’ a person to the point of extreme agitation and this specially applies to his female guests.
This time Nausheen Shah decided to put him in his place.
Pakistani actress Nausheen Shah attended Jeeway Pakistan.
The host Aaamir Liaquat it seems was super excited for this very segment and could not seem to stop himself from talking excessively.
Nausheen Shah attended the show with high spirits and took an active interest in each part of the show.
She was enjoying the ambiance a bit too much until Aamir decided to light up the set and started to focus on bringing ‘entertainment’ to the show.
During a point in the show, Nausheen Shah got passionate about a particular subject and wanted to get her opinion across but Aamir has something to say about everything too right?
So he could just not let her finish and kept interrupting because it was VERY important for Aamir to get his views heard first.
Nausheen being all happy and joyful towards the beginning lost her temper towards the end and got extremely annoyed at Aamir for not letting her finish.
In a very vulnerable and exasperated instant Nausheen told Aamir:
“Listen Dr Sahab! Oh my God you talk nonstop and don’t listen to the other person at all and I am so fed up with that”.
Well Nausheen you are not the first person. We understand totally.
Nausheen Shah is a 36-year-old Pakistani actress.
Nausheen is the most recognized for portrayal of the role of Dua in drama series Pani Jaisa Piyar and Noor Jehan in Rehaai.
Some of her other highly appreciated projects include: Mera Pehla Pyar, Sartaj Mera Tu Mera, Mann Chalay, Khud Parast Deewar-e-Shab and Tarap.