Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders

Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders

Osman Khalid Butt’s character Shahzain killed his horse in last night’s episode of Ehd E Wafa. Yes, you read it right. He simply had his horse blind folded and shot it at point blank range.

Whatever his reasons, fans are simply not having it and most of them have been calling out OKB for promoting animal abuse on television.

Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders

No matter, how many justifications OKB gives, and he has been giving a lot of them on his social media, Twitter is having a field day trolling the actor for simply enacting a scene from the hit English series, Peaky Blinders. And one thing that needs to be pointed out here is the fact, while Shahzain in Ehd-e-Wafa was just spiteful and not thinking rationally, finding a way to vent out, Tommy in Peaky Blinders, killed his horse to put his ‘mad horse’ out of its misery and later even cried for it.

The memes however, trolling Ehd E Wafa and OKB on social media are hilarious, check them out for yourself here:

Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders

Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders

Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders

Twitter is having a field day trolling Ehd E Wafa for blatantly copying scene from Peaky Blinders

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  • end of the day it’s just a scene that has been done at least a hundred times b4 if not more, it’s their way of showing what kind of character he is nothing more so what’s the hype all about?

    • Fully agreed. He is an actor, supposed to act as per the direction. People are taking it like a real act in life. Even some have brought “animal rights” into it. One commented, he should have shot the rider. Astaghfirullah.

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