#AaghaAliMafiMango trends top on twitter, after video clip of Aagha Ali making fun of Pashtuns went viral
#AaghaAliMafiMango is trending on top twitter in Pakistan after a clip from a recent program went viral on social media.
Netizens want Actor Aagha Ali to apologize for his insensitive comments made against Pashtuns in a TV show.
A short video clip from Faysal Qureshi’s is doing rounds on the microblogging site. In which Aagha Ali can be seen trolling the Pashtuns for the way they speak while discussing about his fellow star Neelum Muneer who is also part of the show and can be seen laughing at Agha’s comments.
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Apparently, the clip seems to be from an old TV show from 2015. In which Ali can be seen mimicking Neelum Muneer and then making racist jokes about the Pathan community.
آغا علی کے ساتھ بچپن میں اگر کسی پٹھان نے ظلم زیادتی کی ہے تو ہم معزرت کرتے ہیں اور انصاف کی اپیل کرتے ہیں۔ رہی بات رومانس کی تو کسی پٹھان کو بہنوئی کا درجہ دے کر دیکھ لیں عملی ثبوت پیش کریں گے۔ پھر آپ ہر کسی کو بتاتے پھریں گے پٹھان بہت رومانٹک ہوتے ہیں ۔ #AghaAliMafiMango— Zohaib Khattak (@zohaibofficialk) August 18, 2020
We are all equal citizens of paksitan with no differences on the basis of caste, color or region.— Waqar Ali Khan (@NatureDevotee1) August 18, 2020
We are all equal proud Pakistanis.
Making fun of pashtuns community in a programme by Agha Ali is so disgusting. @AaghaAli#AaghaAliMafiMango
enough enough enough ,— Salman Khan (@drsalmankhan55) August 18, 2020
'It's not about a show, words, or a person it's all about their mentality they have to change it otherwise they will face the consequences. #AaghaAliMafiMango pic.twitter.com/45JzATsPZA
Agha Ali says he has never seen Pathan speak calmly or lovingly. My question is, how much do you know, about Pathans? As much as your actresses dance in Pashto films & Pashtun heroes are behind them in anger. What more knowledge do you have about pathans?#AaghaAliMafiMango— Asim Khan (@AsimKha63017125) August 18, 2020