Money Heist is a Spanish crime drama series made for Television but Netflix acquired the rights in late 2017. It was created by Alex Pina with 15 episodes initially. But after Netflix’s ownership, the episode was recut to make 22 episodes. // If Pakistani Politicians were money Heist Characters
The series recently was hyped and went viral in Pakistan. Maybe it was because we had nothing else to do in quarantine? Yesterday, some random guy shared a few similarities of money heist characters with Pakistani Politicians and Hurray we got some memes.
Pakistani politics is a series too , not like money Heist but more like cartoon – Tom and Jerry. We see everyday on TV how they fight over every little thing and brag they the work which they done. PS- They never do anything. I am writing for the sake of comparison.
Here are few Pakistani Politicians which resembles with Money Heist characters.
1. Our Prime Minister as Professor
At least professor never said ” Ghabarna Nahi ha” .
2. Nawaz Sharif as Gandia
3. Asif Ali Zardari as Denver
Maulana Fazlur Rehman
Do not you think both of them are twins ? Kasam sy mjh ko to lagta ha.
Maryam Nawaz as Alicia Sierra
If you see Maryam smiling then it would be hardest to differentiate between her and Alicia Sierra. If you agree comment down below.
Sherry Rehman as Nairobi
Those deeps eyes are dangerous whether in series or in Sindh assembly
Shah Mehmood Quereshi as Palermi
If this is not the sign of Doom days I mean Qaiyyamat then tell me what is it ?
Amir Liaquat a.k.a Amir Bhai as Arturo
Yar Qasam sy dono bhai han. Khyr, I am just wondering how it would be if Arturo has to host the show of Amir. Arturo BHAI Arturo bhai mjhy ek bike chahea or Arturo bhai saying Aam khao gy han ?
Qaim Alli Shah as Benjamin
I am 110 percent sure Qaim Alli Shah is not even aware a show exists like this. Khyr, he was not even aware of the province he was ruling. So it is ok to let it be.
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