Pakistan’s Charlie Chaplin does street pranks to bring contagious smiles

Pakistan’s Charlie Chaplin does street pranks to bring contagious smiles

Now, the stand-up comedian wants to make people smile. Performing across Peshawar, the provincial capital of the northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Khan dons Charlie Chaplin’s trademark oversized shoes, baggy pants, cane, and black bowler hat, the paper wrote. His Facebook followers are welling and so is the trend on other social media platforms.

Pakistan’s Charlie Chaplin from Peshawar wants to be a source of happiness in an otherwise tensed world. The idea to act like Charlie Chaplin had hit him when he was sick during the coronavirus pandemic.

“The sole purpose of this art is to bring a smile to the faces of people,” Khan, 30, told Arab News while roaming the streets of Peshawar. “For the past decades, Peshawar and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have faced terrible times. I know I can’t perform as well as the great Charlie Chaplin, but with limited resources, I am doing my best to spread happiness”.He has been quoted as saying in the paper.


”Meet Usman Khan, a Charlie Chaplin impersonator bringing joy to the streets of Pakistan while the country struggles with the coronavirus pandemic, his face book page says.



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