Ali Gul Pir is a gift to the internet and we can prove it’s true!

We’ve got some of his best material right here!

Mahnoor Jalal

Mahnoor Jalal

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Ali Gul Pir is a Pakistani comedian and rapper whose shot to fame began eight years ago with the song “Waderay ka Beta” which was a satire about the political elites of Pakistan and the lifestyle surrounding it. Since then his presence on the internet has been received with positive feedback from Pakistani audiences because of the hilarious short videos he makes and as well as his hilarious exchanges with his fans and celebrities. To prove our point, here we feature a compilation of the moments Ali Gul Pir’s comedy reached its peak and made us laugh the hardest we ever had before!

  1. The time he called out the television serial “Oye Moti” for encouraging body shaming

2. When he called out misogynists criticizing the slogan “Mera Jism Meri Marzi” so he made a rap song “Tera Jism Meri Marzi” which featured Eva B and encouraged women to take control over their lives

3.┬áLet’s also give an acknowledgement to his hilarious parody of Hina Altaf and her “anday wala burger” story which even received some positive feedback from the actor herself

4. We also loved it when he played his part in educating the masses against misinformation on the covid-19 vaccine by making a funny video over a failed attempt to spread false rumors about the ingredients in the vaccine:

We love how Ali Gul Pir has played his role in making the internet a joyful place and how he tries to ensure that his comedy encourages people to laugh and see the good side of life. Recently at the Karachi Literature Festival, the comedian discussed how comedy works as a coping mechanism when dealing with pain and suffering. He also explained why he chose to tackle such heavy topics like feminism or elitism, saying that through art we can be more blunt and call out inequalities existing within our society.