The owners of Canoli, a restaurant in Islamabad run by Cafe Civil, who has been ridiculed for mocking the employee’s English language skills, mocked themselves in a parody video published by comedian and rapper Ali Gul Pir Has gone
The video, co-produced by British Pakistan Television journalist George Fulton, is presented as an employee at the end of the abusive treatment of his employers.
Pir has played the role of an owner of “Qaisa” Diya, while stand-up comedian Akbar Chaudhry is in a position as the second owner.
All three take the scene out of the original video which is transferred to the food. This time, however, “Employee” has impeccable English language skills and it is only the sincere treatment of the employers that comes into play.
Recitation of Urdu poetry in protest
Meanwhile, in the midst of all the reactions received by the video, an Urdu poem was announced to be recited by two poets in Islamabad yesterday to protest against the owners.
Appropriately, the incident was to take place outside the place where the unfortunate incident took place – Restaurant Canoli via Cafe Civil in Islamabad – this evening.
It was a video that went viral on Thursday, showing restaurant owners mocking the restaurant manager’s English language skills and saying he was still being paid “very well”. ۔ Almost everyone who watched the video condemned it.
The owners issued a statement in response, saying they were “saddened” by the response to the video.
A statement from the owners was read on Instagram, “We are saddened and disturbed by the reaction of the people, how they misrepresented our banner with the team member.
The owners described their conversation in the video as “gossip” between a team, saying it was never intended to be “painful”.
He added that he did not need to prove anything or defend himself as a kind employer.