Do you remember when Peter Dinklage’s clone was found in Rawalpindi? Or then again when Emran Hashmi’s Peshawari doppelganger broke the web?
There have been various occasions when numerous comparative appearances are recognized from time to time. What’s more, it would seem that the ongoing one to have made it to the web is a carbon copy of none other than Hamza Ali Abbasi.
Hailing from Mianwali, Yasir Ammar has around 13.5k adherents on Instagram. He really looks like the Alif star.
And you will be amazed to know that not just his face resembles with Hamza, even he talks like Hamza Abbasi. Check out the clip!
As indicated by Express.pk, Yasir is additionally an actor and has worked in two or three shows. Notwithstanding, this isn’t the first run through a famed star that has discovered its carbon copy in Pakistan. Here are not many actors whose doppelgangers hailed from Pakistan. Bollywood’s heartthrob star Ranveer Singh’s Pakistani fans need not traverse the fringe any longer. Photographs of Faisalabad-based Hammad Shoaib broke the web in view of his uncanny likeness to the Bajirao Mastani actor. A young boy in Punjab is in the news for looking somewhat like pop artist Justin Bieber. Omer Khalil, Bieber’s doppelganger is an occupant of Rawalpindi, Pakistan and is very much aware of the resemblance. Addressing The Indian Express, Khalil stated, “It was my companions who were the first to see the likeness. It wouldn’t have been long before others also started calling attention to something very similar.”Mazdak Jan from Hayatabad, a region in Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He shares an uncanny similarity to the Murder sensation Emraan Hashmi. Not exclusively is this Pakhtun fellow a copy of Emraan, his hair, general vibe, and feeling of dressing are without a doubt suggestive of the Gangster star. Pakistani waiter Rozi Khan had never known about the Game of Thrones – or its colossally prevalent character Tyrion Lannister – until his striking resemblance to the midget, screw-up got heads turning at home.
The 25-year-old so looks like on-screen character Peter Dinklage – who has played the clever and wily aristocrat since the hit series’ first season in 2010 – that he gets normally halted by strangers desperate for an image.