6 lessons we learned from Ramazan transmissions this year

6 lessons we learned from Ramazan transmissions this year

We can only aspire to be as carefree in life as this aunty in the audience on Jeeto Pakistan
Updated 22 Jun, 2017

Gone are the days when face-stuffing mangoes and giving away babies on live TV got us riled up.

This year, we decided to be glass half full and look at the more positive aspects of Ramazan transmissions... like all the valuable life lessons we learn from them.

It's not just fun and games people! Key takeaways below:

1) Get a massage when your job gets too stressful

When life gets a little too hectic, it's important to step back and treat yourself.

Now, normal people have to wait until they get off work to head to the spa. Not Aamir Liaquat though. He gets an audience member to give him a shoulder massage right on the job!

Though it's probably better if you don't fat-shame your masseuse like Mr. Liaquat did...

2) You can totally laugh away your problems

Even if you've got a laugh that's reminiscent of a "churail ki hassi" (well, that's what this host called it), laugh anyway girlfriend... especially since you may get a bike out of it! This woman did.

Your transportation issues fixed in a jiffy!

3) Don't be scared of judgment.

We aspire to be as carefree in life as this aunty clad in yellow.

Did anyone say #confidencegoals?

4) Weight is just a number

Yep. Jeeto Pakistan has an interesting take on being body positive... the TV show rewards its heaviest audience members.

5) Don't let society dictate what you wear

As a society we're a confused bunch -- sometimes we judge cross-dressers, sometimes we just want to work that darn sharara.

Case in point: Shoaib Akhtar, who wants to dress adult men in saris on his TV show.

We're not saying they don't look good.

6) Your parents will never miss an opportunity to embarrass you

Whether it's in front of your friends or in front of the world on national television, you're never completely safe.

Amir Liaquat's son learnt this the hard way when he was called out by his father on his show.

This article is categorised as humour/satire. Its content is not meant to be read literally, and the views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the writer or the views of the IMAGES editorial staff.


henrysmith0 Jun 22, 2017 04:31pm
good article thank u for post District News
Ijaz Jun 22, 2017 05:30pm
All I learnt was the best way to stay sane is to avoid them altogether
Secular Pathan Jun 22, 2017 05:41pm
Absolute madness of Ramzan transmission. I boycotted Pakistani TV channels for the whole month and was peaceful
Imran Jun 23, 2017 05:33am
Aamir liquat is the reason for his popularity, one who dont leave his son will not spare anyone esle eating mango
Tayyab Jun 23, 2017 09:13am
Stupidity on height..