Pakistani journalist Chand Nawab's dusty winter video viral again, warns 'dubley-patley' people

Pakistani journalist Chand Nawab's dusty winter video viral again, warns 'dubley-patley' people

Stills from video posted by Naila Inayat on Twitter.

Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, January 25

Pakistani journalist Chand Nawab is a funny man and is back with a bang. A video of him reporting about Karachi’s dusty winter winds has gone viral on social media. Nawab is popular not only in his own country, but people in India too know him quite well, thanks to his videos that have gone viral on social media because of his unique style of reporting.

In his latest video, Nawab can be seen reporting about dusty winter winds in Karachi. He also has a warning for all the “dubley patley” (skinny, weak people). “Karachi’s weather is very pleasant and cool and cold wind is blowing. People from cities can come to see this storm. My hair is flying, dirt is going in my mouth and I can’t open my eyes. Skinny and weak people should not come to the seashore today, otherwise, they can fly with the wind,” he can be heard saying in the video.

Nawab adds that Karachi’s weather is so nice that people don’t have to travel to the Middle East to enjoy such weather. In the later part of the video, he can be seen sitting on top of a camel and reporting about the weather. “Right now, I am not in any desert of Arabia but on the seashore of Karachi. Dust storms like Dubai and Saudi Arabia can be experienced in Karachi today,” he adds.

Journalist Naila Inayat tweeted the new video as Chand Nawab reported about the weather in Karachi. “Chand Nawab reporting on Karachi's dusty winter winds. Warns dubley-patley people that they can be blown away by the dust storm (sic),” the video caption reads.

#ChandNawab #PakistanijournalistChandNawab

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