If something frightens Pakistan, it must be a credible face. Pakistan is annoyed with PM Modi. Now, this is something that every competitive country in the world is scared of. When it comes to journalism, there are very few who have shown the conviction to speak up against the terror nation. Arnab was one of the few journalists to invite Pakistani panellists on his debate & prove that they had always been wrong.
Arnab, unlike other journalists from ‘reputed’ media houses also showed immense respect for the Indian Army. Arnab’s father was an army officer and this made him understand the supreme sacrifices made by our soldiers. Pakistan is against 3 Indian greats basically. Modi at the helm of Indian politics, Dhoni in control of the helicopter shot & Arnab at the peak of his News studio debates.
A Pakistani journalist recently mistook a Bollywood celeb for Arnab. We understand their fear, but this was fear of a different kind. It was blind hate. The Pakistani journalist had tweeted:
Why is Ritesh Desmukh our national migraine? pic.twitter.com/XbNjcTuS9Y
— Ahmer Naqvi (@karachikhatmal) May 2, 2017
Riteish cleared the air, by confirming that he was actually Arnab’s lesser-known ‘Humshakal.’
Btw that's my migraine look. pic.twitter.com/K1Y4mVeGdx
— Riteish Deshmukh (@Riteishd) May 3, 2017
After the Pakistani journalist found out his T-error (technical error), he issued a clarification. But, this didn’t stop Naqvi from making snide remarks at Arnab.
Twitter was soon ready to accept Riteish as the on-screen Arnab.
Ritesh Deshmukh for biopic on Arnab. Let's do this.
— Manas Mitul (@ManasMitul) May 3, 2017
Riteish is a funny man. He should totally do a parody on him. The Nation wants to NO!
— Faizan Patel (@faizanpatel) May 3, 2017
Arnab is the most liked journalist in India & Barkha is the most liked journalist in Pakistan. pic.twitter.com/J3yh5vshXM
— Born Indian (@hellocmanq) July 27, 2016
Well, this was our ‘Freedom of speech.’ Now, all Pakistan can do is wait for Arnab and if you repeat the same mistake, Arnab’s going to come out of the TV & blacken your faces.
– Alok Shetty