Sarim Akhtar – The ‘Disappointed’ Viral Guy Gets Featured In Hong Kong Museum Of Memes

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

02nd Aug, 2021. 10:05 am
Sarim Akhtar disappointed meme guy

The very popular and viral Pakistani guy, Sarim Akhtar, who has been the subject of memes since 2019, is now featured in the Hong Kong Memes Museum as a ‘disappointed fan’.

Sarim Akhtar is well-know all across the world for his rib-tickling memes and has now found a spot in the Hong Kong Meme Museum.

He was captured by the media during Australia vs Pakistan cricket world cup match in 2019. His frustrated reaction was to a dropped catch by a Pakistan fielder during the match and eventually made him enter the meme world.

Moreover, Sarim also posted a picture of his meme that has been put on display in the museum.

“Disappointed Fan. The photo features a disappointed cricket fan, Muhammad Sarim Akhtar,” reads the caption of the meme plate installed at the museum.

“I got featured in the Hong Kong Museum of memes. Yohooo,” he said in the caption of his post.

Soon after the post went viral, netizens began to send love in the comments section and applauded Sarim Akhtar over this huge recognition.

Moreover, the Meme Museum in Hong Kong features seven themed zones with viral and hilarious memes from all across the world.

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Momin Saqib, a Pakistani citizen and former British student who became famous for his ‘Maro Mujhe Maro’ rant over the poor performance of the national cricket team during the 2019 Cricket World Cup was awarded a global award for his services during the coronavirus.

His name was included in the Commonwealth Youth COVID-19 Hero in the Charitable Work category.

He started a charity campaign named ‘One Million Meals’ in March 2020 with a British Pakistani restaurant and award-winning chef Raja Suleiman Raza, Arif Malik and a team of volunteers.

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