'Lighting is everything': Imran Khan goes viral again. Watch the video here

Edited By: Moohita Kaur Garg
Lahore, Pakistan Updated: May 09, 2022, 09:29 PM(IST)

In the video, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader talks about lights, set-up, looks and how they are used to make an impact.  Photograph:( Twitter )

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The video has been shared by Pakistan based journalists and people are all for the light-hearted banter by the cricketer turned politician

Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan has done it again, he has gone viral on Twitter.

This time, a  video of Khan discussing lighting with his camera crew is making the rounds.

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In the video, the PTI leader talks about lights, set-up, looks and how they are used to make an impact. 

You can watch the video here:

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In the video, the former PM can be seen preparing for a speech and as the crew prepares to film, Khan talks about a recent interview with Shaan Shahid of HUM News. Criticising the interview's lighting he urges the technician to make the output look "professional" adding that Shaan's lighting reminded him of a "waiting bus room".

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The video has been shared by Pakistan based journalists and people are all for the light-hearted banter by the cricketer turned politician. 

Even as people troll Imran Khan, his remark "lighting is everything" is being quoted quite a lot. 

Here are some of the most hilarious tweets:

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Khan was removed as Prime Minister on April 10 following a no-confidence vote in the National Assembly, making him the first Pakistani Prime Minister to be removed from office. 

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He was replaced with Shehbaz Sharif.

Since then, Khan has claimed that his removal was part of a US-led plot to punish him for visiting Russia while Vladimir Putin was fighting a war in Ukraine. The Pakistani Army, however, has denied the charges.

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