This News Anchor’s Hilarious Urdu Pronunciation On Live TV Is Absolutely Viral And Tbh, Burgers Can Relate

By Biya Haq | 6 Sep, 2018

News channels in Pakistan can be quite entertaining to watch. Everything from our own politicians to our news anchors, Pakistanis are full of mischief.

Which brings us to this guy.

This Geo News Anchor said ‘Kutta Bacha,’ on air instead of ‘Kitabcha’ and the video has since gone absolutely viral.

Talk about autocorrect.

Source: Paramount Pictures

On top of it all, the newscaster was reporting in regards to the Defence ministry providing British troops with the material in efforts to decrease the number of suicides. So, not the best time to create a distraction from the news at hand, even if it was by mistake, poor guy.

None the less, the anchor has gotten quite a bit of attention lately, especially on social media.

Also, lol, so true. ^

It’s not the first time newscasters have created drama on set. Let’s take a trip down memory lane. Remember this angry lady?

Source: Kohenoor.Tv

10/10 Would not want to fight her.

Or how about this lovely duo?

Source: Daily Pakistan Via: Manish Kalauni


And of course, can’t forget about the actual best selfies in the game.

Aah, memories.

What did you think of the Geo anchor? Or of any of the reporters? Let us know what you think in the comments below! Love you.

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Cover photo source: Geo News Via Twitter

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