Exclusive: Dananeer Mobeen And Zara Naeem Make It to Nida Yasir’s Show

The talented youngsters had an interesting interaction on the morning show.

Viral sensation Dananeer Mobeen made it on TV as the youngster made an appearance on Good Morning Pakistan. Not only that, the show also features genius student Zara Naeem, who made Pakistan proud by scoring the highest marks in ACCA exams against 527k students from 179 countries. The latest episode of Nida Yasir’s morning show has certainly drew a lot of attention on social media.

Dananeer Mobeen has taken social media by storm with one catchy statement. The video of her friends having a party (or “pawri” to be more specific) went viral all over social media. The youngster’s dialogue became a meme worldwide as stars and celebrities (including Bollywood actors) are joining in on the trend.


Shahid Kapoor Joins Pakistani Influencer Dananeer’s ‘Pawry’ [Video]

It was only a matter of time till the viral sensation caught the attention of Nida Yasir. Known for her tone-deaf approach, the Good Morning Pakistan invited Dananeer to her show. However, Nida knew this would draw criticism from netizens who say that she only invites “talentless” viral sensations instead of hardworking and inspirational youngsters. Thus, Zara Naeem joins Dananeer on Good Morning Pakistan. The brilliant young scholar scored the highest marks in an Association of Chartered Certified Accountants exam. Zara got 96% in Financial Reporting, surpassing 527k students from 179 countries.

Check out the recent clicks of both Dananeer and Zara on Good Morning Pakistan.

It is certainly interesting to see these two youngster make it to TV for two very different reasons. Kudos to Nida Yasir for knowing how to grab everyone’s attention. Check out the full show here:


Dananeer Vs. Zara Naeem: Why Are Netizens Comparing Them?

Written by Sher Alam


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