How many can sit in it?: Pakistan news anchor’s questions about Formula 1 car
Team Udayavani, Sep 6, 2021, 11:45 AM IST
An old video of a Pakistani news anchor asking odd questions about Formula 1 cars has surfaced on the internet and netizens are in splits.
Television host Nida Yasir had in 2016 invited students Abdul Aleem and Mohammad Shariq Waqar from the National University of Sciences and Technology to her show ‘Good Morning Pakistan’.
In the video, Yasir is having a conversation with two men who struggle to explain to her that a Formula 1 car has one seat. She is seen asking, “How many people can be seated in the car?”.
She also asks, “So you have just invented the formula yet? Have you experimented?”
A short clip from the TV show has now gone viral on social media again.
Why this lady didn't Google what Formula 1 is before the show? pic.twitter.com/5rhsFpyuWD
— Ali Qasim (@aliqasim) September 4, 2021
Below is how the internet reacted.
— Mihir Gandhi (@Iammihir26) September 5, 2021
— Nutan Kumari Sharma (@contactnutank) September 5, 2021
I just feel bad for those brilliant guys, they are politely explaining her that its an F1 car. Having said that let’s not much that last as well, let’s be proof that she has got to a platform she can speak, which is as it is extremely difficult in countries like these.
— troublekick (@troublekick1) September 5, 2021
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