A video grab of Sohail Ahmed's message to the Pakistani expats in UAE.
Dubai: Pak expatriates are in full swing to mark the Pakistan Day with national fervour in the UAE on Saturday.
As part of the celebrations, the Pakistan Association Dubai (PAD) has organised a number of events at the Pakistan Auditorium.
Pakistan’s one of the top comedians Sohail Ahmed is all set to enthral the audience in Dubai on Saturday.
On invitation of PAD, the renowned stage and TV actor widely known as Azizi for his character in a renowned TV show Hasb-e-Haal, will spread laughter on occasion of Pakistan Day.
In a video message addressing the UAE’s expatriates, Ahmed said: “I am coming to Dubai to celebrate the Pakistan Day with you on March 23. Join me to mark this day together.”
“I along with my family will attend the events being held as part of the Pakistan Day celebrations. This day has a special place in our hearts. And of course, I can’t miss the chance to take a glance of my favourite actor Azizi,” said Nauman, a Pakistani expat residing in Sharjah.
Apart from the show featuring Ahmed, others events include entertainment, food, art shows and Pakistan movement exhibition.
The decision aims at enhancing the balance between the two sectors and supporting the national economy in its various fields.
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