Fawad Chaudhry’s Doppelganger Dancing In A Viral TikTok Video Is Hilarious

Pakistan’s Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry never fails in making news for his comments and opinions based on the lack of knowledge. This time it is his doppelganger who is going places for his brilliant dance moves and people are unable to admit that they are not seeing one of the most active federal ministers in the video.

Look A Like of Fawad Chaudhry on TikTok

The guy who has a staunch resemblance with Pakistan’s Minister for Science and Technology can be seen dancing on Noor Jahan’s famous Punjabi song Vey Sony Deya Kangana. While he is indeed an ultimate entertainment for TikTok viewers but his looks and dance has given social media users another meme to poke fun at Fawad Chaudhry.

Tweeples were finding it hard to believe if he was actually someone of Fawad Hussain or the politician himself.

More people were sharing this video and even tagging the minister for what he might have been doing in his early 20s.

They were also appreciating the dance moves of the guy.

Just A Funny Addition to Those Science and Technology Memes

Fawad Chaudhry was given the charge of Minister of Information soon after his party PTI (Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf) came to power, as a result, of the general elections 2018. Later due to reshuffling of cabinet, he was made the minister for science and technology. Chauhdry’s new job had made him a center of trolls after social media users came up with funny life hack quotes and associated them with him.

Folks literally made a Newton out of him.

He was also attributed with some funny researches like the one that said weeping in the memory of beloved reduces the weight.

All those Fawad Chaudhry trolls were not baseless. They were mainly a result of his mindless comments on some scientific matter. Once after taking the charge of his new post he opined that SUPARCO which is the national space agency of Pakistan had sent Hubble telescope in the space. Everyone knows that it was NASA (the American Space Agency) that had sent this telescope into space.

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