This particular scene from Ehd e Wafa has touched so many hearts!
The ongoing drama Ehd e Wafa has become the viewer’s favorite due to its refreshing story and a star-studded cast. Another thing that makes this drama stand out from the rest is the overwhelming post-episode discussion on social media every week which gives rise to new trends and memes.
The latest episode of Ehd e Wafa was no exception and proved to be a complete entertainment package with amazing performances, light moments and some lessons for all of us.
However, this particular scene where Sheheryar (Ahmed Ali Akbar) takes over his father’s place for a day as he was sick and goes to a wedding with the band has touched many hearts.
— QAMAR_ツ® (@am_headache) November 4, 2019
If you are watching Ehd e Wafa since the beginning you’d know that it’s the same Sheheryar who bagged the first position in the board exams regardless of his father’s occupation.
Watch the video below!
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Where this scene was surely emotional, it has also started a new trend on social media where people are sharing about what their fathers do and how they are proud of him!
And these heartwarming tweets after the latest episode of Ehd e Wafa will leave you all teary-eyed!
This trend was started by a Twitter user named Zunaira Rasheed and later it went viral
Mehnat me sharam kesi?
My father was a mechanic and I am proud of him 😍😌 https://t.co/WUNfF11jt6
— zoni (@ZunairaRasheed4) November 4, 2019
My father is a government employee but as a side work to get us siblings educated he used to take contracts for plumbing work. I often used to go with him and know how much hurdles he has gone through to have us well educated. I'm proud of my father. Fathers love is unconditional https://t.co/xz2Tu4Dvl1
— S. (@Chaarsi) November 4, 2019
We are proud of all the fathers out there who work so hard selflessly
My father (was) 😫 shopkeeper. And I am proud of him that in which circumstances he raised me nicely, and now where I am standing with success is just because of him. I wish he could see, that in life where his son is standing now 😭 https://t.co/7yQHD8c1wF
— فیضی اعوان🥀 🇵🇰 (@TheFaizi_Malik) November 4, 2019
My father is a Government Primary School teacher
and Mother is a housewife 🙂😇
and I'm proud of them https://t.co/fNcD1ArKVe
— عamر (an Alien) (@UmarBhurgari) November 4, 2019
Mine was Gardner and I am unable to beat an ounce of his struggle and sincerity with his profession. May Allah Grant him two of The Gardens from His nearness.
— Nadir Khan (@quickpress123) November 5, 2019
My father is Carpainter
And i am Chartered Accountant (To be)
Just because of my Father https://t.co/P8XkH4n6n1
— Z!A Mughal 👑 (@xee_mughal) November 4, 2019
My father was a wiring man contractor and alhamdulilah I can proudly say 3 of his son are engineers ❤😭 https://t.co/pugOIMUfPL
— Harley Queen (@HarleyQ38485941) November 5, 2019
That’s some motivation to keep us going!
My father used to work in a sabzi mandi in the early morning to support his family and continued his studies meanwhile. Hard work paid off and he now is a gazetted officer in a government institution :') https://t.co/MiMXBjN2lL
— Mohsin M. Khan (@iammohsinmkhan) November 5, 2019
My father was naib qasid. He even had to do part time jobs to pay our school fees and now i am a graduate and a software engineer just because of my father and i am proud of him. I never hesitate to tell people about my father's job because there is nothing to be ashamed bout it. https://t.co/AXDA4hsU3c
— Those Funking Humans. (@smoqin) November 4, 2019
And so many more…
اور میرے ابو پاک فوج سے ریٹائرڈ ہیں۔
جنہوں نے اس پاک وطن کی پاک فوج میں امانت داری جوش اور جذبے کے ساتھ اپنی زندگی بسر کی۔اور آج بھی ان میں وہی جذبہ پایا جاتا ہے۔
اور مجھے ان کا بیٹا ہونے پر فخر ہے۔ ❤️
اور میری جان بھی وطن پر قربان ہونے کے لیے حاضر ہے۔❤️🇵🇰#PakArmy https://t.co/Wjant8A06D pic.twitter.com/6moWZkwCe5
— sHoAiB JuTt🇵🇰🇹🇷🇦🇪 (@itxjutt_) November 4, 2019
Bilkul Mehnat me koi Sharam nhee,
My Father is Driver,
And he is my Hero❤️😇 https://t.co/E8pPsdWuel
— Libra♎ (@http_fayyaz) November 4, 2019
— SoۀaiB ✍️ (@isohaibpk02) November 4, 2019
Where this trend was definitely something worth following on our news feed amidst all the other ongoing controversies. What’s more refreshing is that our young generation is smart enough to learn lessons while watching serials for entertainment.
Ehd e Wafa stars Ahad Raza Mir, Osman Khalid Butt, Ahmed Ali Akbar, and Wahaj Ali in the lead and revolves around the story of fours friends who struggle after stepping into the practical life.
You can watch it every Sunday on Hum TV at 8 pm.
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