Boys will be boys: Shoaib Malik and Amir Khan unleash their inner BajrangiPakistan
Dubsmash might be the new cool but it isn't easy to pull off every time. Perhaps this is why the new Bajrangi Dubsmash by Shoaib Malik and boxer Amir Khan isn't as good as the previous attempt by the right-handed batsman.
Praising Salman Khan for his successful flick, Shoaib mouths the popular dialogue from the film when Bajrangi Bhaijaan vows to take Munni, the lost little girl on the wrong side of the border, back to her homeland Pakistan.
While Shoaib says the words, it is Amir Khan who tries to bhangra as his wife Faryal Makhdoom smiles prettily, unable to hide her embarrassment about the boys' antics. Both are seen wearing Ali Xeeshan in the mini video.
Amir Khan, who landed in Lahore with his wife, Faryal and daughter Lamisah on Saturday, posed with a Pakistani flag panned onto his designer kurta:
He also shared a snap of his visit to Data Darbar's shrine:
Earlier, the 28-year-old boxer shared that one of the reasons for his trip is to follow up on the progress of his boxing academy. The boxer had also said during his December visit that he aims to build a boxing academy in Pakistan.