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Pakistan journalist Amin ‘interviews’ buffalo on Eid-ul-Adha, video goes viral-World News , Firstpost

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Hafeez earlier made headlines with a particular phase and costume whereby he was dressed as an emperor

Pakistani journalist Amin Hafeez ‘interviewing’ a buffalo on the event of Eid-ul-Adha. Image courtesy: @nailainayat)

Pakistani reporter Amin Hafeez, who’s well-liked for his humorous reporting expertise, is again once more with one other hilarious interview on the event of Eid-ul-Adha or Bakrid.

The entertaining video has been shared by journalist Naila Inayat who captioned the clip with: “Now what is Eid without Amin Hafeez interviewing cattle?”

In the video, Hafeez might be seen asking a couple of inquiries to a buffalo, who shall be sacrificed for the competition. His first query to the buffalo is, “Lahore kaisa laga aapko? (How did you like Lahore?)”

To which, the poor animal responds with a “moo”. Hafeez once more places up his second query to the buffalo, “Lahore ka khana accha laga ki aapke gaon ka khana accha laga? (Do you like the food in Lahore or the food in your village?)”

The well mannered buffalo as soon as once more acknowledges Hafeez’s query with a “moo”.

Thrilled that the animal answered his questions, the journalist concludes the video by saying “Haan kehti hai Lahore ka khana acha hai (Yes, it likes Lahore’s meals)”.

Check out the viral video under:

Now what’s Eid with out Amin Hafeez interviewing cattle.. pic.twitter.com/5r2sfh5Ua7

— Naila Inayat (@nailainayat) July 21, 2021

After being shared on-line, this viral clip has obtained loads of views and feedback. This will not be the primary time Hafeez has grabbed consideration. He had earlier made headlines with a particular phase and costume whereby he was dressed as an emperor. In the video, he was additionally seen holding a sword in his palms and studying the information earlier than signing off for Geo News, Lahore.

#Pakistan Famous reporter amin hafeez in motion #PTC pic.twitter.com/VJe7VQPJWA — Ghulam Abbas Shah (@ghulamabbasshah) January 14, 2020

 

 

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