ARY Viewers Urge Iqrar Ul Hassan to Unmask Khan Baba

ARY viewers urge iqrar ul hassan to unmask khanbaba

In a recent episode of his renowned program, “Sar e Aam,” ARY anchorperson Syed Iqrar ul Hassan allegedly exposed the controversial figure Peer Haq Khateeb, also known as Shuf Shuf wali Sarkar who was a new trend in Pakistan. Known for his fearless sting operations and expose videos, Iqrar ul Hassan has once again stirred the Pakistani audience with revelations about this controversial personality.

The expose has triggered a significant response from viewers, with a growing demand for Iqrar ul Hassan to extend his investigative powers to unmask another controversial figure – Khan Baba, popularly known as the Pakistani Hulk. As anticipation increases, the question persists: Will Iqrar ul Hassan accept the challenge from the people?

Arbab Khizer Hayat, popularly known as Khanbaba, has become a sensation, tipping the scales at 436 kilograms, proudly dubbing himself the Pakistani Hulk. From Mardan in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, KhanBaba journey to greater weight began at the age of 18, driven by a diet aimed at enhancing his physical strength.

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Baba’s daily intake is nothing short of extraordinary, reaching a shocking 10,000 calories. His diet regimen includes four chickens, 36 eggs, three kilograms of meat, and five liters of milk daily, all in preparation for the World Weightlifting Championships.

Despite the apparent challenges of his immense weight, Khan Baba claims to be disease-free and comfortable with his size. Originating from a well-off family in Mardan, he aspires to be recognized as the strongest man globally, eyeing participation in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) competitions.

Addressing concerns about his calorie intake, Khan Baba asserts that he consulted a doctor and adheres to a nutritional chart to manage potential adverse effects. He remains steadfast in his pursuit of further weight gain to realize his WWE ambitions.

Notably, in 2012, Khan Baba claimed a remarkable feat of lifting a 5,000-kilogram weight in Japan using anchors, asserting that his record is unbreakable. He also asserted receiving a WWE medal and inclusion in the Guinness Book of World Records, though these claims remain unverified independently.

Despite his achievements and aspirations, KhanBaba complains about the lack of a weightlifting culture in Pakistan. He expresses hope for government support to represent Pakistan in the World Weightlifting Championships, emphasizing the need for a cultural shift towards promoting the sport in the country.

As Khan Baba captures the imagination of Pakistanis and beyond, his extraordinary journey continues to raise eyebrows, sparking both admiration and intrigue for the man who proudly wears the title of the Pakistani Hulk.

In a media landscape overloaded with trend in Pakistan, “Sar e Aam” continues to carve its niche as a program committed to shedding light on important issues and challenging the current affairs. As the drama unfolds, Pakistanis remain engaged, wondering if Iqrar ul Hassan will once again accept the challenge and delve into the challenge to unmask KhanBaba, the Pakistani Hulk.

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