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‘Really enjoy anonymity’, Fawad says in headline story with full-width image in popular newspaper

(Disclaimer: this is a work of fiction. Learn to take a joke; you’ll live longer.)

JEDDAH – Revealing that he appreciated the holy pilgrimage gave him the opportunity to be anonymous, superstar Fawad Khan said that he ‘really enjoys anonymity’.

He said this in an exclusive interview with a popular newspaper, which published a full-page headline story that featured the star’s full-width image.

“Being one among 2.4 million people is the amazing,” he told the popular newspaper. “You feel comfortable because you can feel like any other person. Yes, the big superstars, and feel like those who aren’t quite as big and definitely no superstars like you.”

“That’s the best thing about anonymity. For a change nobody notices you, nobody sees your face and nobody knows where you are,” he added in the story the digital version of which was boosted on Facebook by the publication’s official page, which has over five million followers.

The star actor further revealed if it were up to him he wouldn’t have told anyone that he wouldn’t have even told anyone that he had performed the holy pilgrimage.

“I don’t know who leaked it to the nosy media,” he said while talking to a prominent media outlet.

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The above piece is a work of satire and does not present itself as the truth.

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