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Saturday, April 13, 2024

Humayun Saeed helped Pakistan’s Stock Exchange’s Boom

Humayun Saeed's unforeseen success in Pakistan's stock market in the drama serial, Meray Pass Tum Ho, clashed with a real boom in the Pakistan Stock Exchange. The unusual coincidence generated banter from Pakistani Twitter users.

Comical memes outpoured on social media after Humayun Saeed (Danish) in the popular drama serial, Mere Pass Tum Ho, became rich after investing Rs.7.8 million in Pakistan Stock Exchange that also coincided with a real surge in PSX.

The recent episode showed Humayun Saeed up the ante when he sold his apartment and invested all his money in Shahwar Chemicals – a company owned by, his rival, Adnan Siddiqui in vengeance.

Humayun Saeed once again ruled social media following his slap to Adnan Siddiqui in the previous episode. The Twitter users shared satirical memes and the images of reports showing improvement in Pakistan’s stock market.

Many people attributed the boom in Pakistan stock exchange with its promotion in drama serial ‘Meray Pass Tum Ho and Danish’s ambitious investment in the market.

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However, it is the consecutive third week the drama serial Meray Pass Tum Ho is making waves on social media. Earlier Humayun Saeed’s thrashing of Adnan Siddiqui and his hard-hitting dialogue of ‘Do Takay Ki Larki’ to Ayeza Khan broke the internet and generated colossal reactions on Twitter.

Perhaps the incessant campaign of Meray Pass Tum Ho on social media amounts to its massive popularity among the viewers.

A boom in Pakistan Stock Exchange

Meanwhile, last week, Pakistan Stock Exchange took an optimistic turn around when it became the world’s best performing market after reeling as the worst-performing market for several months.

The boom in Pakistan Stock Exchange implicated the increased confidence of the investors in the market. In the previous trend, the market suffered a drab phase where investment outflow surpassed the inflow of investment.

The stability in the Pakistan Stock Exchange returned in September following a stabilization in the dollar-rupee disparity.

The figures shared on Monday showed that the market gained 36% in dollar terms or around 10,500 points in the past three months and closed at a 10-month high at 40,124 points.


Analysts say a couple of political and economic factors spurred renewed investment in the market, particularly, in November.