Love in the time of Twitter: Ali Zafar and Junaid Jamshed's bromance

Published July 22, 2015
Could this be the beautiful beginning of Tinseltown's hottest new duo?
Could this be the beautiful beginning of Tinseltown's hottest new duo?

When Ali Zafar set out to confront Junaid Jamshed for his sexist comments on Twitter, little did he know that this would be the start of a budding bromance.

The Kill Dil actor tweeted to the evangelist for a clarification after he said the following on live television: "God dislikes that any woman should be named [in the Quran]."

He inquired if the former Vital Signs singer thought women were inferior to men, and surprisingly, Jamshed responded with "Not at all."

The conversation didn't end there though.

Ali wanted to get to know him better. And it seems like the feeling was mutual.

We're just not quite sure what he's trying to say. Worrying about what? His daughter driving? Or the fact that she's a woman? Or whether Ali Zafar will tweet him back?

If it's the latter, he has nothing to worry about.

Woah, Ali's ready to take things to the next level.

JJ doesn't seem to mind. You know what they say; communication is the key to a successful relationship.

We guess Zafar's bromance with Ranveer Singh is old news now. Can't say we blame him; JJ's beard is more on point than Ranveer's these days.

Could this be the beautiful beginning of Tinseltown's hottest new duo?

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