A Pakistani Carpenter in Saudi Arabia becomes a model

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A Pakistani Carpenter in Saudi Arabia becomes a model after his pictures went viral. The name of the Pakistani National is Muhammad Waqas. According to the sources, the individual arrived in the Kingdom four years ago with a dream to become a model. More details and pictures below.

A Pakistani Carpenter in Saudi Arabia becomes a model

Twitter @MuhammadWaqas1_, 2020

“I came to Saudi Arabia four years ago to work as a carpenter. And, I never thought of becoming a model in advertising,” said Muhammad, speaking to local media channels.

Gulf News, 2020
Twitter @MuhammadWaqas1_, 2020

“One day I saw my friend [Faisal] editing the photos of a photo session. I told him that since childhood I have wanted to work in this field but in Pakistan, I did not get the chance, so my friend suggested and took a picture of me and sent it to the relevant person,” he added.

Gulf News, 2020

Currently, Muhammad Waqas has 19.5K Followers on twitter and the followers are growing rapidly. The most viral picture of Muhammad received 33.4K likes and 6.3K people tweeting about the post. Muhammad was already offered modeling opportunities after his pictures went viral. He is currently modeling for a local Saudi vest making company.

Source: Gulf News, 2020

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