Pakpattan SHO lands in hot waters over dubbing video

06:12 PM | 27 Nov, 2018
Pakpattan SHO lands in hot waters over dubbing video
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MULTAN - A Punjab cop has been suspended for posting a video in which he can be seen depicting a Bollywood villain while delivering a dialogue from a Bollywood movie.

"Do waqt ki roti kamata hoon, panch waqt ki namaaz padhta hoon ... isse zyada meri zaroorat nahi, aur mujhe khareedne ki teri aukaad nahi,” Inspector Arshad says in the video while dubbing on Anil Kapoor's dialogue from 2013 film Shootout at Wadala.

An inquiry has been launched against the Kalyana Station House Officer (SHO) after Pakpattan District Police Officer (DPO) Maria Mehmood took notice of the video.

Speaking to a private news channel, Arshad said he was unaware of the fact that his video was uploaded on the social media. “The video was shared on social media by my nephew,” the suspended officer said in his explanation.

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