Real Chand Nawab has listed his viral video “Karachi Se” as a non-fungible token (NFT) for sale on the Foundation app.
Almost all Bollywood fans have seen Bajrangi Bhaijaan and remember his sequences not only because of Salman Khan but also because of the famous performance of Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
One of the film’s most memorable scenes is when “Chand Nawab”, the figure of a journalist played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui, is repeatedly interrupted by passengers while reporting from Karachi station.
People were surprised to learn that Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s portrayal was inspired by real Pakistani TV journalist Chand Nawab, who rose to fame in 2008 after uploading his BTS for reporting.
Real Chand Nawab rose to prominence after Bajrangi Bhaijan came out on the big screen, and he’s making headlines again.
He made his viral video “Karachi Se” available for purchase as a non-fungible token (NFT) through the Foundation app, a platform that helps digital producers make money from their works. digital art. The minimum bid for Chand Nawab’s viral video is 20 Ethereum tokens, or $ 63,604 (around Rs 10,684,823).
Nawab wrote on the platform: “I am Chand Nawab, journalist and reporter by profession. In 2008, a video of me surfaced on YouTube in which I fumbled while reporting the Eid festival frenzy at a train station. While reporting, I was happily interrupted by people, my trial and error and constant irritation made this video go viral, gaining millions of views on YouTube and Facebook.