Wasim Akram Press Conference Content:
Former Test player and Captain of Pakistan Cricket Team Wasim Akram is trending all over the internet and everyone is talking about his leaked video on facebook, twitter and Youtube. Recently, notable personalities tweeted on this topic.
On the other hand, Former Test Fast Bowler Wasim Akram posted on facebook and announced media talk tomorrow.
Waseem Badami also tweeted on Wasim Akram Conference:
“Masooomana sawal to Wasim Akram bhai.. kya scene hai? Kis ko change karnay lagay hain? Kal ki press conference main Kya Tagra honay jaraha hai?:
What is the inside story of all this?
If there would be something significant Former Captain would have come to front foot about the video and settle things. There is nothing much worthy even for media to report about. Do you remember leak video of Umar Akmal while watching stage drama or fighting with Warden? If yes then you would know the hype created by national media.
A few days back we saw a similar thing when Ali Zafar and Shoaib Akhtar tweeted for a couple of days before releasing a video on the youtube channel. This technique is used to create hype among viewers.
Wasim Akram and Waseem Badami together, any guess?
Waseem Badami is a senior anchorperson and host who is associated with ARY. As we all know that he is very active during PSL and supports Karachi Kings. On the other hand, W. Akram is president of Karachi kings so they might be coming up with something catchy regarding their team. In Pakistan Super League 2020 less than 50 days left. It can be a promo, ad or maybe anthem you never know!
Another scenario is that he will be working for any detergent advertisement. Previously, He appeared in detergent commercials before as well. Also, he used the word #Ragra so this is giving a clue as well. We have to wait and see how this story unfold.
So, one thing is clear and established that everything is normal and positive. The event is scripted and planned. Nothing to worry guys! Just relax.
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