Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, who become captured with the aid of Pakistan on February 27 and released on March 1, has now featured in a spoof of a Pakistani tea advertisement. While Varthaman changed into still in Pakistan’s custody, a video changed into launched, wherein the pilot turned into visible drinking a cup of tea, which he called “incredible.”

The photos have now been utilized in an edited model of an old commercial for Tapal Tea, a Pakistani tea brand based in Karachi. In the official advertisement, a woman spies on a young couple lovingly sipping tea on their balcony. The spoof video replaces the couple with Varthaman and has won sizeable recognition on Twitter, with many to start with believing it to be an authentic ad. It remains doubtful who made the edited version of the commercial.


Several cities in Pakistan noticed a sea of ladies coming together in team spirit and selling the soul of Women’s Day with the “Aurat March.” Armed with witty posters and placards, they collected in public areas in major cities that protected Lahore, Peshawar, Karachi, Islamabad, and Hyderabad, maintaining their resistance to patriarchal norms. Reproductive rights, sexual harassment inside the workplace, “honor killings,” and baby marriages had been a number of the issues highlighted using girls on this yr’s rallies, Al Jazeera pronounced.