This Twitter War between Veena Malik & Harbajan Singh Is The Most Hilarious Thing You Will See Today!!


Veena Malik is known for her gutsy conduct both on and off camera. From bold photoshoots to gritty role-playing in reality shows, she has done it all.

Recently she has been pretty vocal about social and political issues, especially taking into account her support for PM Imran Khan. She has been taking jibes at different political leaders for their exploitation of common people.

She’s known to be anti-Imran Khan haters and keeps taunting them through their tweets.

This time however she is schooling Harbajan Singh, Indian off-spinner, who was heatedly criticizing Imran Khan’s speech at UNGA last month.

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Veena was quick to reply back with a definite tweet about how the Pakistani PM was not threatening but warning the world to be ready to see a bloodbath if the Indian atrocities in Kashmir do not end.

Responding to the actress, the Indian off-spinner criticized Veena’s English.

“What do u mean by surly? Oh is it surely?? Chill pill next time try and read before u put something in English,” Harbhajan tweeted.

However, the spur didn’t cease here. Veena was quick to point out that Twitter only allows 280 characters per tweet and thus she was forced to cut down a letter.

To further embarrass Harbhajan, Veena also posted some older tweets by the Indian cricket where he himself is using the same spellings to adjust to the word limit set by Twitter.

She didn’t forget to troll him for “Abhinandan Incident” telling him “ Aram se chae k sath mulahizza kijiye”. LOL

Not just Veena, recently Ali Gul Pir trolled Virender Sehwag when he criticized Imran Khan.

Speaking at the UNGA on September 27, the Pakistani Prime Minister had held out threats of a conventional war between the two nuclear-armed neighbors spinning out of control. Since then the PM was lauded worldwide for his fearless and eloquent representation of Muslim sentiments and presenting the Kashmir case impressively in front of the world community. Indian Media, showing their lack of insight as usual, took it all out of context and called it a warmongering address, full of threats of a nuclear attack.