Samina Peerzada has had quite the illustrious career. From hit dramas and performances that left us all in tears, she’s done it all. Samina truly stands apart as a legend in the Pakistani Entertainment Industry.
Samina Peerzada has a show on Youtube where she interviews Pakistani celebrities and makes them share their deepest vulnerabilities that they’ve never shared before
Recently, the show has picked up because of how comfortable people get with Samina. They answer all her questions and genuinely speak their heart out.
Apart from the show itself getting popular, one question of Samina Peerzada’s got particularly famous. While talking to celebrities about their childhood she would excitedly ask them ‘Kabhi Darakht Charhay’. Samina Peerzada, during her interviews, is super excited and always seems super genuine with her questions, which is why her show has the impact it does.
Samina’s very “interesting” questions took a life of their own and have become a super viral meme. Here are some of the best ones we’ve seen so far:
Samina really wants to know about your life experiences.
She also understands that some things are just essential to a good childhood.
Samina Peerzada wants to know how much you’ve experimented in life.
She can be S A V A G E.
All that being said, some of these jokes were actually really confusing.
But some of them had us in fits of laughter.
She really understands the struggles of being an awkward person.
Also, she gets the struggles of fasting in Ramazan.
Some of her questions are just so relatable!
Samina Peerzada definitely knows how to get celebrities to open up about their lives and about their experiences. Her questions aren’t really questions, they’re part of a conversation and if you watch the show for the first time, you might be taken aback. That being said, her interview style is unique to herself and is an expression of her actual personality. Yes, the internet may be making memes about her, but it is most definitely coming from a place of love and respect.
Cover Photo Courtesy: Rewind with Samina Peerzada / YouTube