Ali Rehman Khan’s viral video shows him yelling at a McDonald’s employee

Ali Rehman Khan is a rather recognized name in the Pakistani entertainment industry. The actor has a number of films and dramas to his credit and therefore, he certainly is a face known around Pakistan. About this we’re certain. However it seems, a McDonald’s employee didn’t really know Ali Rehman Khan or there has been a massive misunderstanding, in a video that has gone viral on social media and is currently the top trend in Pakistan on Twitter.

Although we don’t know the entire scenario, but we do see actor Ali Rehman Khan, yelling at the employee about something.

Ali Rehman Khan is recorded using lines stating, “Aapko pata hai main kaun hoon? Aapne kabhi mujhe TV pe dekha hai? Aap employee hain, aapka kaam hai meri baat maanna.” (“Do you know who I am? Have you ever seen me on TV? You are an employee, your job is to do as I say.”)

In response to Ali’s angry rants, the employee is repeatedly asking him to not be upset (angry) and that he isn’t joking with him.

Ali is only seen to get quiet and let go of the issue when he finds he’s being recorded on camera by a random person.

Although this sort of a behavior doesn’t really suit a celebrity and we know people will be quick to bash Ali for behaving in this particular way or misusing his popularity. The matter should be given a rest and people should stop being judgemental at least until they do know the full side of the story.

The video for now, only show Ali Rehman Khan yelling at the McDonald’s employee. Giving Ali the benefit of doubt, lets not judge him until we know what caused Ali to rant in public, even when he knows social media works faster than anything in this age and that his popularity could be at stake with this sort of an attitude.


ifrah salman

A passionate writer with a degree in mass communication. Mom to two typhoons who loves to juggle between work and kids. Currently Working as a content creator at reviewitpk.

  • Regardless, if you’re going to use the line “do you know who I am?” and “see me on TV” then you’re a jerk. Doesn’t matter who you are or if you’re on TV, that makes you no better then the next customer. Why do you expect better then the next person? His argument reeks of misguided self importance.

    Unless you’re saving someone’s life what you do is not rocket science. Sit back down mate.

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