Another face of Pakistan

Posted on November 26, 2007
Filed Under >Owais Mughal, Photo of the Day
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Owais Mughal

After showing a face of Pakistan, we are back with another face of Pakistan. Photo Credits belong to Abdul Ali . The subject is employed at a road construction project in Quetta.

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21 responses to “Another face of Pakistan”

  1. Imran says:

    Desert Rock Star ?

  2. Adnan Ahmad says:

    Owais, With this remarkable shot I think this series can be something to look for in the future. This is yet an other example of how this blog has evolved; one great idea at a time. Even though sometimes I miss the days when there was much less traffic.

    About the picture and the kid, just two words in Urdu: kia kehney!!

    I hear the words somewhere in the background: “merey khaab hein meri kul poonji..”

  3. D_a_n says:

    beautiful photograph….
    unimaginably harsh working conditions…He is lucky to have acquired a pair of shades from somewhere….

  4. Balochi Bekham.

    y have we created an elusive world where the majority can’t enter, only dream….

    fascinating picture

  5. Zia says:

    One thing that comes to my mind is absence of ‘equal opportunties’. This boy could have an opportunity to follow his dreams. Confidence on his face and in his posture makes you think.
    God bless him and millions like him in Pakistan and everywhere.

  6. Intruder says:

    He is our future,

    Please gather your thoughts on the best way to help pakistan’s future….

  7. Atelieranalyst says:

    God Damn the system that forces such young children to pick tools instead of toys at such tender ages.

    Kewl pic indeed but no kewl future guaranteed for this kid or the country where such things happen.

    This poor kid hides his eyes with sunglasses to protect it from the harsh sun whereas we as a nation hide our eyes from all realities and build mirages.

    A silent Prayer for the kid

  8. This is good shot to display the dark side of Pakistan’s Future. He should have opportunity to get education. Anyway, Allah bless him

  9. Tina says:

    People who break rocks on the side of the road in Pakistan try to wear something, if they can get it, to protect their eyes from rock dust and flying chips. Sort of like, people who work in a sculptor’s workshop or stonecutting factory wear protective goggles (required). He’s not trying to be cool, he’s just trying to keep from going blind, an occupational hazard of this low-rung work. And all he can get is a pair of cheap plastic sunglasses, but it’s better than nothing.

    I can’t believe that the other posters don’t know this.

  10. zakoota says:

    He looks a rock star to me, may be Inshallah he’ll be a famous person one day.

  11. Tina says:

    It’s like we used to say in school–someday we’ll all be famous.

  12. baber says:

    What I wanted and What I did get.

    Reminds me of the song from CALL band.



  13. zakoota says:

    Yes Tina, you’re right but this guy is looking quite trendy despite the hardships he might be facing. May Allah bless us all.

  14. Faisal says:

    Please put things in perspective and call this pic a face from Pakistan rather the face of Pakistan…

  15. Tina says:

    Agree 100% :)

  16. Rafay Kashmiri says:

    @ How inhuman some of the comments treating the
    young boy a trendy, reminder of a song, photogenic,
    fit for this and that, famous prsonality, actor’s pose,
    etc etc etc,
    because he is not your son, brother, nephew.
    Its disgusting showbusiness recruiting mentality.

  17. Jis Dor Main Lut Jaee Faqir Ki Kamaee
    Us Dor Kay sulatan Say Koi Bhool Huee Hey.

  18. beautiful nice shot. The man is very lucky that he had shades and also chaplees.

  19. Gull Larik says:

    He resembles Rod Stewart :)

  20. Syed says:

    Zeeshan Saab … gud one

  21. Naan Haleem says:

    One reason for the battered state this handsome young man is that the person who was supposed to be his teacher is the chair of some department in a high ranked American university.

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