Wasim Akram Has A Funny Response To Shaniera’s Tweet
It’s no secret that Shaniera Akram, wife of legendary cricketer Wasim Akram, is an avid supporter of everything Pakistani.
Her adorable media appearances, seamless adoption to Pakistani culture and, of course, being the wife of a star-cricketer have made her the country’s most favourite bhabi.
Shaniera Akram and Wasim Akram indeed make an extremely adorable couple. When the two tied the knot, a lot of people claimed that their marriage wouldn’t work out because Shaniera belonged to a completely different culture and lifestyle. Our bhaabi, however, has proved the opposite.
Her continuous social work and dedication towards this country have shown how much she has settled in Pakistan and safe to say, she really loves the country as well.
She won hearts of Pakistani fans, who refers to her as Bhabi, within a short period of time. She has a large following on social media and shares everything that she thinks could interest her followers. Shnaiera on Friday took to Twitter to share result of a UN report that ranked Pakistan 73 on the list of happiest countries. “Pakistan ranked 75th Happiest Country in the world! YEAH WE ARE !” she wrote and put an emoji at the end of her message.
Pakistan ranked 75th Happiest Country in the world! YEAH WE ARE ! ? ?? ??
— Shaniera Akram (@iamShaniera) March 16, 2018
This tweet of her earned several likes, retweets and replies, but the most funniest response came from her husband Wasim Akram whose Multan Sultan has been struggling to qualify for next round of the Pakistan Super League’s third edition.
“Well, If Multan qualifies then that might make a few more million people just that little bit happier! That might even take us up a few notches,” the Swing of Sultan responded to wife.
— Wasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) March 16, 2018
According to the report UN report, Pakistanis are happier than all the neighboring countries that include CHina, India, Iran and Afghanistan.
Akram’s Multan Sultan has been struggling to qualify for the next round of Pakistan Super League’s third edition.
Pakistan happier than India, Afghanistan: UN report
The UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network’s 2018 World Happiness Report ranked 156 countries according to things such as GDP per capita, social support, healthy life expectancy, social freedom, generosity and absence of corruption.
Finland came out as the world’s happiest country and Burundi came in the bottom of the report.