If you think the Surf Excel vs Microsoft Excel gaffe was hilarious, wait till you hear about this. Indians think that Ehd-e-Wafa‘s Captain Saad (Ahad Raza Mir) is an actual military officer in the Pakistan Army. And what’s more, they think he was killed in a recent military operation in Kashmir. Talk about trolling yourself.
Even in this conundrum of fake news online, you’d think people would at least try and know their actors. An Indian man tweeted how ‘Pakistani soldier, Captain Sabir Khan was killed in clashes in Neelum Valley‘. With the tweet was a picture of Ahad Raza Mir from his military drama ‘Ehd-e-Wafa‘.
— Vikrant Rajput (@VikrantRajput0) November 13, 2020
Not only did this cast doubt on the news having any validity, but Twitter also had a field day trolling the man. Truth is a Pakistani Army officer was killed among four civilians on Friday in firing by Indian troops. But Captain Saad sure wasn’t among the martyrs.
In fact, here’s what he’s up to.
Captain Sabir Khan….after his Shahadat with hoors….. pic.twitter.com/WRgWORpJq8
— Fawad (@Fawad__Ahmed) November 13, 2020
Some backup is on the way, so no worries.
we are sending major gulzaar from basti Malook to revenge cpt Sabir pic.twitter.com/29B25el8vM
— Usman (@baddebt_) November 13, 2020
A part of Pakistani Twitter just added to the drama, sharing how they knew the guy.
Oh yes….He was husband of Captain Doctor Dua Saad of Pakistan Army and son of Maj Gen Faraz of Armoured corps…. pic.twitter.com/tM5LkdeYYj
— جۓ شری رام (@amit_oldmonk) November 14, 2020
He was my first cousin.
God bless his soul.
— Mystic Vedette (@North_Star88) November 13, 2020
Until someone finally popped Vikrant’s bubble.
Wait, so why are all these people replying this was their friend, cousin, classmate etc?
— पुरू कुमार रॉय (@pr__0_0__) November 13, 2020
Some of the retaliatory fire in the verbal spat was quite the K.O.
— Zahid Siddique (@ZahidSiddique_) November 13, 2020
So what do you think? Think before you tweet eh?