Ali Zafar’s viral meme is getting most interesting response
Ali Zafar is a celebrated Pakistani actor, singer, songwriter, writer and producer. Being naturally witty, Zafar often engages with his fans in the most hilarious and side-splitting way on social media. Ali Zafar has around 2.7 million followers on Twitter and around 4.7 million Instagram followers as well. A few days ago, Ali posted a chicken karahi recipe on his Twitter and later followed it up with a hilarious response to the feedback he got on his karahi. Check it out here.
The Teefa in Trouble star is back with another viral meme. When Instagram influencer Daaneer posted a fun video with her friends and said, “Ye humari car hai, ye hum hain aur ye humari ‘parry’ ho rehi hai” (this is our car, this is us and this our party) she had no idea she would go viral. Once the video went viral, it turned into a meme.
Zafar, who had also once previously posted a video of himself playing cricket with his friends, posted another video this time playing on the famous ‘parry’ meme.
“Ye mera balla hai, ye main hoon aur ye mera chaka hai!” (This is my bat, this is me and this is my sixer!” The star cleverly hit back with a caption on his Instagram stating, “No offence to any specially party lovers and fast bowlers”.
There were many folks in replies who enjoyed the video that Zafar followed up with the witty caption, “This is called the hurricane shot... maybe a spot in the team?... as spot boy?”. People had already been asking him to remake the PSL anthem and continued to ask him to remake the PSL anthem while some asked Ali to be signed up by Ali Tareen or Rana Fawad for the upcoming teams.
The same video on Instagram has now garnered 100 thousand views and got approval from Pakistani cricketer Bilal Asif who applauded in the comments. Ali Zafar recently released his song Ve Mahiya with Aima Baig and Allay with Urooj Fatima and Abid Brohi, both of which have become extremely successful and have gone viral on social media as well.