14 Jul, 2022

It’s July 14 and you know what that means — it’s Resident Evil day! But it might as well be called Ahad Raza Mir day because the actor’s fans are ecstatic about his Hollywood debut and are making sure he knows it.

Upon hearing that Mir had been cast in the show, his fans bookmarked the date, waiting eagerly for the Hum Tum actor’s appearance in the Netflix series. Now that it’s out, they’ve made sure to not only binge watch it but also have the star trending on Twitter, sending their love to the actor.

From raving about his chemistry with Ella Balinska (who plays Jade) to posting their favourite scenes and telling the Ehd-e-Wafa actor he killed it, Pakistani Twitter is filled with tweets of pure glee.

The wait is over indeed.

And Arjun Batra has made his entry.

Fans are proud.

Fans are working hard to get his name out there.

The chemistry between Mir and Balinska is “insane”.

Another scene that has their hearts.

Some are only watching Mir’s scenes.

The actor is trending in Pakistan and India.

Are you going to watch the series?


True Jul 14, 2022 02:55pm
An Indian's role, they could have found better Indian actors than him for sure.
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Shezi Jul 14, 2022 03:30pm
Its achievement for India not Pakistan. He's playing an Indian as many Pakistanis introduce themselves in foreign as Indian.
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Ash Jul 14, 2022 07:53pm
@True There is always one who can spoil the moment and be negative. It is not your fault mate.
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Adil Jul 14, 2022 07:55pm
@Shezi hahaha I have never seen one Pakistani do it and I have been living in West for last 13 years. You have your days now but don't think too much of yourselves.
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Anu Dada Jul 14, 2022 08:16pm
@Shezi yea Ive lived abroad all my life and not a single Pakistani has ever identified themselves as Indians. You can burst your balloon...
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Saad(DXB) Jul 14, 2022 08:40pm
@Shezi lol. Who are those Pakistanis? Forget about how we talk, we also look different from Indians. Most Pakistanis are better looking, taller and definitely better spoken than Indians. In fact, i was once asked in New York City where i was from. When i responded from Pakistan, the guy shook my hand and said 'I have read about your country, you are tiny in front of India but India can't dare attack you guys. I salute your bravery and courage'.
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Moazzm Jul 14, 2022 09:07pm
@Shezi So Ms Marvel Indians playing Pakistani character including Farhan Akhter is win for Pakistan ?
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UA Jul 14, 2022 09:08pm
@Shezi I have not met one Pakistani abroad that identifies themselves as Indian. Besides, if we did want to identify ourselves as another nationality, why on Earth would we stick to Indian?
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FACTS Jul 14, 2022 09:10pm
@Shezi i have been in foreign for over a decade now and i have never seen such a thing.have you ever even wondered out of your village ?
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Ahmed Jul 14, 2022 09:22pm
@Shezi: No Pakistani would ever insult themselves like that. I have lived abroad a fair bit and never have I ever seen any Pakistani stoop so low
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Gujjar Jul 14, 2022 09:35pm
Playing an Indian??...are you kidding us Dawn?. Thats a new low for Pakistan and a facepalm moment.
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Ked Jul 14, 2022 10:12pm
He looks very ordinary
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Ked Jul 14, 2022 10:13pm
@Adil Lol ,all my pakistani friends introduce themselves as Indians and even wear the red thread around their wrists to prove it.
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Shahid Jul 14, 2022 11:02pm
@Shezi, Have lived in Europe for the last 39 years and haven't met a single Pakistani who would introduce him/herself as an Indian. But to your favor, yes most restaurants do introduce their menu as indian food. And that's from a marketing point of view as both the countries have same origin and similar cuisine, while India being a bigger country and most known to the tourists from Europe.
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Huh Jul 14, 2022 11:43pm
The best reason not to watch the show, thanks for the heads up!..
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Sajawal Khan Jul 15, 2022 12:43am
@Shezi you got it all wrong here mate, never
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Sajawal Khan Jul 15, 2022 12:44am
Pakistanis will always be Pakistanis nothing else.
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Mani Jul 15, 2022 01:45am
@Shezi As a Pakistani living in US … no we don’t.
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Reality Jul 15, 2022 03:08am
@Anu Dada that depends on where you lived lol ...try US Canada or far east for starters
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Umar Jul 15, 2022 08:10am
@Shezi I have not come across one person out here in America that was from Pakistan but pretended to be from India. And if I have to pretend to be from another country for some reason, believe me, yours will be the last on my list.
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Ashwin Jul 15, 2022 11:18am
He is a fine & focused actor. Dont criticise cuz he played Indian. Does this make sense ?? If that is a matter of criticism then all the actors who played villains must not be praised. It doesnt matter what the role is, but how the actor performs. And Im sure Ahad Sir will perform brilliantly.
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john Jul 15, 2022 11:19am
@True thats hillarious, pakistan is way better mate
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Rupali Verma Jul 15, 2022 11:32am
@Anu Dada maybe you lived in gulf countries. Because in Europe, US/Canada and Australia, it is 100% true. Not just the people, even the pakistani and bangladeshi restaurants & shops try to call themselves "Indian store".
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Daredevil Jul 15, 2022 12:25pm
@Shezi lambi chordi tumne, however, it is not the truth.
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