OMG! Arshad, the famous Pakistani chaiwala’s TV makeover has everyone going gaga!

Well, he indeed looks like a super model with those blue eyes, side-smile and brooding look.

By: Express Web Desk | Published: October 26, 2016 4:37 pm
Just look at Arshad Khan Just look at Arshad Khan

Unless, of course, you’ve living under a rock, you cannot not know Arshad Khan, the handsome chaiwala whose picture had gone viral on social media was invited for a show called ‘Good Morning Pakistan’ and was given a makeover. As expected, the photos from the show made it online and people can’t stop talking about them.

Khan whom people, till date, had mostly seen in his blue kurta and identified him with the same, was made to wear a classic blue suit and a blue sherwani. And believe us, he looked stellar. Not that he looked any less great in the white pathani suit he had come wearing.

The man who became the Internet sensation when his picture was posted on Instagram by a Pakistan-based photographer Jiah Ali has already bagged a modelling contract (and reportedly several others have been offered) and has appeared on many talk shows and radio shows ever since he got famous.

Check out his pictures.

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Well, he indeed looks like a super model with those blue eyes, side-smile and brooding look. This makeover just took him to another level. In case you don’t know, his stall is set up at Itwar bazaar (Peshawar Mor).

Not just that, a Facebook page even made a photoshop battle out of him in which he can be seen in dapper suits, has replaced Ranveer Singh in Ram Leela, flaunted Salman Khan’s chiseled body and what not! It was titled ’14 shades of the chai wala’.

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    waqas naseer
    Oct 27, 2016 at 10:29 pm
    he is cute
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      Ninad S
      Nov 3, 2016 at 8:58 pm
      Congratulations Indian Express, you are doing a commendable job on cultural exchange with stan at the time when our soldiers are dying at the border, and we as a nation are trying to isolate stan. But i guess its those soldier's personal war isn't it? They are not fighting for you, are they? Artists and cultures know no boundaries. Only soldiers do !!