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Ahsan Khan Shares His Thoughts On How Bilawal Bhutto Would Perform As An Actor

Ahsan Khan sat down with a local media outlet recently for an interview and discussed his social work and leading politicians. While speaking of politicians, the actor also shared some of his thoughts about how a particular politician would fare on television

The Chupan Chupai star expressed disappointment with the Sindh government for not performing the way it should. He said that a lot needs to be done for education, infrastructure, and child rights in Sindh.

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On a lighter note, the interviewer asked the Time Out with Ahsan Khan host to provide his thoughts on Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Specifically, he asked how the late Benazir Bhutto’s son would do as an actor in the entertainment industry.

Khan went on to comment on the politician’s potential for an acting career. “I think acting requires a lot of hard work,” Khan gave a straightforward answer. “I don’t think he should or can act.”

He added that the young politician is indeed well-educated and should serve diligently in politics.

Meanwhile, it must be noted that Bilawal’s fierce political opponent Dr. Aamir Liaquat made his entry into the field of acting earlier this year.

Bilawal Bhutto often bears the brunt of trolls

From time to time, Bilawal Bhutto becomes a prime target of sexual victimization on different occasions because of his rumored lacking of masculinity.

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A few years back, Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN)’s Minister Rana Sanaullah took jabs at Bilawal Bhutto. He said that Bilawal is not a ‘mard’ and the digital frenzy was surely entertained.

Even his father, Former President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari once called ‘him’ as ‘her’ in his press conference creating hilarious confusion among the masses.

While baby Bhutto’s “jab barish hoti hai tou paani aata hai. Jab ziada barish hoti hai to ziada paani aata hai” illogical explanation of the past rainy days showed his seriousness towards Sindh, the statement instantly became a new meme material for social media users and is still in trend. 

No wonder who and why Bilawal’s gender mocking started. But whatever the reason be, current Minister for Interior Sheikh Rasheed definitely holds a soft corner in his heart for Bilawal Bhutto.

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