As if donning shalwar kameez and green eyes wasn't enough, the new PM also identifies as a feminist
As if donning shalwar kameez and green eyes wasn't enough, the new PM also identifies as a feminist

There's just something about men in shalwar kameez and Justin Trudeau knows it.

The chiseled charmer, who just became the Prime Minister of Canada, has women all over the globe singing 'Oh Canada'.

His movie star looks have people so flustered, they don't even know how to process it.

The implausibly good looking PM has been unleashing his inner desi man since 2012.

White's his colour!
White's his colour!
As is purple; basically every colour is his colour
As is purple; basically every colour is his colour

Pictures of Trudeau donning a shalwar kameez at a mosque surfaced on the internet yesterday, sending all the desi ladies in a frenzy.

The Muslim community in Canada celebrated his victory with him and nothing says victory like biryani - Photo courtesy: Usamaa Babar
The Muslim community in Canada celebrated his victory with him and nothing says victory like biryani - Photo courtesy: Usamaa Babar

He may have dethroned IK as the most charismatic politician in the eyes of all Pakistani ladies.

The enigmatic liberal even shares a birthday with the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam: 25 December!

Coincidence? We think not!
Coincidence? We think not!

He knows the desi mantra, 'Mooch nahi toh kuch nahi' -- his facial hair game is strong!

The down-to-earth politician shocked and pleased voters when he took the Metro, casually snapping selfies with fellow travelers in Montreal the day after his victory was announced.

He can't be this good looking, kind, intellectual and a good dancer, right? Wrong!

He's a family man too? Stop the madness!

He met his wife Sophie Grégoire when the two were children
He met his wife Sophie Grégoire when the two were children

Justin is not just a pretty face though; he's a big believer in diversity and announced in one of his speeches that the citizens of Canada will see that reflected in the new government. He recalled an incident when a woman in a hijab came up to him, handed him her infant daughter and told him she was voting for him so that her child could have a future where she could make her own choices.

Trudeau responded: "We know in our bones that Canada was built by people from all corners of the world, who worship every faith, who belong to every culture, who speak every language."

Hailing from a family of politicians, he's proven his mettle when it comes to campaigning. Here's hoping he can also govern and that Canada prospers under his watch.

Did we mention he identifies as a feminist?

Brace yourselves ladies, another heatwave is coming.

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