Pakistan's Famous Local Bus Is Taking Over London And It Actually Looks So Pretty

By Hurmat Riaz | 28 Jun, 2017

Pakistanis in England always find a way to stay connected to their country of origin. They will make sure they’re up-holding to traditional values, sometimes even to their own detriment.

 

Pakistanis in the UK will celebrate matches and cricket victories more enthusiastically than even desi ones

LOOOL THE POLICEMAN #PakVsInd#London

Posted by The Humorists on Sonntag, 18. Juni 2017

 

And this proves that they will also travel in desi style

Recently, a new video came out where Pakistanis were found hanging over at Karachi’s famous W11 mini bus in the streets of London.

Source: ARY News

 

The bus is in its traditional festive colors and is adding such a perfect Pakistani touch to the streets of London

Source: ARY News

Here’s the full video of the bus and people celebrating the existence of the bus in Englistan:

 

It seems like the bus has been there for quite a while.

English cricketer, Graham Thorpe seems like a fan of the bus as well

And it has been getting traction across the globe like this tram in Australia which is inspired by the bus’ art.

And lately, Pakistani rickshaws are also becoming popular in Japan, as well.

Source: pakiholic.com

 

Ab toh har jaga Pakistan he chaa gaya hai. MashAllah!

Source: theguardian.com

 


Cover image via: bibekjournal.wordpress.com

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