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Watch: Ali Rehman loses his cool at a McDonald’s employee

It's not what you think

SAMAA | - Posted: Nov 23, 2019 | Last Updated: 1 year ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Nov 23, 2019 | Last Updated: 1 year ago

A video of actor Ali Rehman made rounds on social media, in which he can be seen shouting at a McDonald’s employee.

The 25-second video starts off in the middle of an argument between the actor and employee.

Ali can be heard saying: “Am I joking with you? Do you talk to everyone like this? Do you know who I am? Have you ever seen me on TV?”

The employee, who is clearly trying to calm the situation, tells Ali not to take it the wrong way. The Parchi actor replies: “You are an employee. It's your job to listen to me. I'm paying, yaar.”

The person behind the counter replies, “Yes sir, I know. You are right. Please don't get offended.”

When SAMAA Digital initially reached out to Ali to hear what he has to say about the incident. “There’s obviously a backstory attached to it,” was all he had to say.

People on Twitter, meanwhile, bashed him for his seemingly poor behaviour.

There were also speculations that this could be a publicity stunt.

It turns out that the video was a social experiment.

The aim of the video was to raise awareness on the #TumJantayHoMainKaunHoon culture, Rehman clarified in a video statement posted on his Twitter account shortly after the first video went viral.

He said the disparity between the rich and poor in Pakistan is immense and the VIP culture does nothing to help the problem.

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