Posts Tagged ‘princess’

Following are the vidcaps and video of Najiba, who hosts (what should be) the most popular show on Khyber TV (if we all knew Pushto). This appearance is from the show which aired on May 21st, 2008. This striking beauty hosts a call-in show, which has a cooking and several music video segments. Najiba is fluent in Pushto, Urdu, English and at times, will also let out some choice Punjabi dialogue in style.

As a young’un I was duly enamored of the various beauties that held on to Sindbad, Conan, Jason as they battled the monsters on their behalf. It seemed right, that these guys would risk their lives for these gorgeous princesses. Money alone, just doesn’t cut it.

In Najiba, all those babes of my childhood dreams have come together in an amazing amalgam of royal beauty and charisma. Najiba does her show sitting on a sofa, but in my mind’s eye she sits atop a gilded throne. As in the movie The Prince And The Pauper, the prince may have been wearing rags, but you cannot ignore his royal bearings. So it is with Najiba. She is meant for greater things.

If she was just the prettiest girl in the world, it wouldn’t be such a big deal. The great thing about Najiba is that she has a personality to match her looks. She is funny, she is patient, she is kind (even to the psychotic callers that phone in from the dungeons where they are tied down), self-effacing, precocious and forever effervescent.

You need several people with exceptional qualities to smelt them down to one Najiba.

In her cooking segment, she is paired with the dullest Pushtoons this side of the river Kabul. Sometimes, her female guests seem to have been turned out from Dr. Frankenstein’s basement. But with her constant needling, digging and clowning around, she is able to break down their barriers and in a few minutes, illicit the rare smile, off of a stern face.

I have a theory which is based upon my observations. It might be way off-base… nah! I doubt it.

In this world, there are 5% of pure evil, 90% of dullards and the remaining 5% are the pure, enlightened souls that have been heaven-sent to bring us joy and happiness. They lighten-up our earthly loads and light-up our world. They make-up for the evil crap left strewn about by the rest of us. When they walk into a room full of dullards, huddled in the darkness, they fill it up with light and laughter. Wherever they go, people swarm around them, basking in their glow and filling themselves up with their elan. Like a fat kid at a wedding, they can’t have enough.

Najiba, in my opinion, is one of those pure 5%. She exudes the promise of life, joy and goodness. Verily, she deserves to be on the screen where she can do the most good.

I have never felt the need to learn Pushto. I wanted to, but never needed to, until I saw Najiba. Now I wish I had learnt it, so I could understand what she is saying and be richer for it. It would undoubtedly double the pleasure. Pushto never sounded so good, so sexy, so precious… until I heard it from Najiba. Actually, it has little to do with the language, but the speaker. When Najiba talks in Punjabi, it melts your hearts like a mousse cake under lights.

Najiba seems to hail from a well-to-do, educated and a well-grounded background. While her personality is (thankfully) not repressed, she is also cognizant of her social boundaries. She kids around, pokes fun, makes faces, dramatic overtures but it’s tempered with good taste and a friendly manner. Needless to say, I have developed (over time) a huge crush on her and can’t say enough good things about this girl.

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Here’s a video of her’s and several more on the pakikaki Youtube account. Her show is repeated on Khyber TV every weekday from 3:00am to 5:00am. Enjoy.

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The following vidcaps are of the petite PTV anchor/host Sadia Afzal. This show dated Tuesday, April 8th, 2008 dealt with sports, in particular Cricket. The topic was the ongoing Shoaib Akhtar drama with the has-been, know-it-all blowhards like Mohsin Hassan Khan as one of the guests.

An an anchor, I thought she did a great job. She had adequate background information of the topic and a healthy grasp of the history and nature of the game of cricket. Moreover, she maintained a robust rotation of the guests, allowing everybody to contribute equally on all points, a rather tall order when you have attention-whore desis as guests.

She is a rather delicate beauty, like a japanese doll or those anime heroines. An oval face, with large dove eyes. Those heart-shaped lips that resemble a tiny rosebud when they are pursed together in quiet concentration. Aquiline features and high cheekbones. Her hair is braided in steps in the front, like Jennifer Anistons’ when she was doing Friends. Boy, that hair has a long shelf life.

Her hands are slender and soft. The fingers long, slender, delicate and delicious… like white baby carrots. The nails are well cared for. This is a girl that doesn’t do dishes, or much else, at home. She knew she was different, pretty, early on when people treated her special and she has garnered that calm confidence that comes of it. A bonafide desi princess and why not ?. She is blessed.

She is wearing a dupatta that’s long enough to make Ariel’s biggest Shalwar next, but she has flung it to one side, allowing you to sample one of her small tits. That’s how things are done in enlightened circles, I guess. Her white dainty feet are nicely showcased in fire engine red chappals, which bro Shalom would have appreciated.

It is alright to be a little princess and sit on your throne and carry on, but in our bed, we want a little slut that can make your eyes move back into your head. Those slender hands should know how to use lube and get on all fours when required. That hair will come in handy, when you are playing Roy Rogers and she is Trigger. Would she be able to rotate and keep the ball(s) moving ?.

I’ll let you know in a sec…

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The first time I saw Tehreem Zuberi on screen, about five years ago, I was left awe struck. She appeared in a punjabi bhangra video and played your typical hard-to-get bitch, who the singer serenaded on Sea-View drive. She was wearing black leather pants. Now, there are only a handful of butts on this planet that actually look good in leather. Hers is one of them.

She’s got legs that go on forever and a cute little butt on top. With a turn of her head, she swished her hair back and forth. With a shake of her hips, she swung her butt from side-to-side. It’s no wonder I could never pick-up the lyrics of that damn song.

These vidcaps are from the Wednesday 5th March, 2008 Morning Show with Marina Khan on ARY Digital. Tehreem, along with Aijaz Aslam and Mashood Alvi, was on the show promoting the new ARY serial Sherdil, directed by Amjad Islam Amjad.

It’s Top Gun, Pakistan-style, with Tehreem playing one of the ace pilots. That’s enough to get me interested in this thang. Do I really need to tell anybody that Tehreem looks absolutely delish in an F-16 helmet and jumpsuit ?. I think not.

Now both guys next to her are tall (6’+) and as you can see, she is holding her own with them. Her tits are what you would call ‘a mouthful’ and that’s O-K. She’s got more things on her plate, then her tits.

As far as I am concerned, we’ve got two regal princesses of screen and Tehreem is one. The other, is Mahwish who I’ll post vidcaps of later on.

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