Remember this Gora, who visited Pakistan in 2017 and won the hearts of each and every Pakistani. Yes, we are talking about the American stand-up comedian, Jeremy McLellan, who proudly calls himself ‘the Ambassador of Pindi Boys.’ Don’t you think, he indeed is a desi at heart…
Jeremy McLellan visited Pakistan back in August 2017, and it was one of the best things ever happened to Pakistan, as we got a genuine supporter at the international forum. He not only supported the culture, hospitality, and kindness of Pakistan and its people but also talked about the safety measures of the country and the biased views of the international world about Pakistan.
Jeremy visited Pakistan on the request of some of his friends and fans and held stand-up comedy shows in Lahore and Islamabad.
And he also visited a small village named ‘Baddomalhi.’ As soon as he came to Pakistan, he became the heartthrob of Pakistanis. And he could not help but get mesmerized with the beauty and kindness of the people.
He kept the world aware of the progress of his visit and depicted the true image of Pakistan and its people through his social media accounts.
He not only just visited Pakistan but got immersed in the Pakistani culture. He was seen donning the official dress of Pakistan, the ‘Shalwar Kameez.’ During his visit, he also explored some historical sides and shared his views with his fans and critics.
The remarkable aspect of Jeremy McLellan’s visit was that he visited Pakistan in August, therefore, got the chance of celebrating the independence day of Pakistani, with its people.
He benefited from the occasion and let the desi in him enjoy all the festivities. He roamed around the city while wearing the Pakistani flag, on a bike with his friend.
Then he enjoyed driving around the city out of the top of the sunroof while chanting the slogans of Pakistan’s peace, prosperity, and independence. He also visited the Wahgah border and appreciated the warmth and enthusiasm of Pakistanis.
Jeremy McLellan never misses any chance of talking about Pakistan. He slams the international media, as well as the enemies of Pakistan, through his jokes.
He depicts his understanding and love towards the culture of Pakistani by joking in a desi manner. He cannot stop talking about his love for biryani, PSL and each and every aspect of Pakistan and its people.
Since the time, he went back to his homeland; he is being missed in Pakistan, and we are desperately hoping and waiting for him to revisit the country.
Credits; Qursam Farooq