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The Khan's Anniversary 

When family friends cannot come to Shazia and Amjad's wedding Mrs Khan wants the spare invite to go to the Parvez family but her social-climbing husband gives it to influential Councillor ... See full summary »




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Episode credited cast:
Abdullah Afzal ...
Amjad Malik
Felix Dexter ...
Kriss Dosanjh ...
Mr. Javed
Mrs. Khan
Alia Khan
Nish Nathwani ...
Mr. Khan
Shazia Khan
Aaron Virdee ...
Charity Boy
Mrs. Malik


When family friends cannot come to Shazia and Amjad's wedding Mrs Khan wants the spare invite to go to the Parvez family but her social-climbing husband gives it to influential Councillor Javed. For an excuse he lies that Shazia 'did the naughtiness' with the Parvez ' son,which leads a depressed Amjad to disappear,though Dave brings him back. After Khan has admitted his lie he is forced to endorse Shazia's view that what she did before meeting Amjad is her business,a situation which causes Amjad's mother to try and cancel the wedding. A huge row ensues though Mr and Mrs Khan escape to the kitchen to celebrate their wedding anniversary with fish and chips. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Rumors about Shazia, Khan anniversary
12 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The video was very funny. Lots going on Khan's anniversary, invitations to Shazia's wedding and more.

Khan is planning something for the anniversary for his wife. Then the family must go to the mosque first. Mrs Khan wants someone invited and writes and invitation. Khan wants to invite who he wants. He is always looking to be important and invites someone he wants to impress so he gives the invitation to Mr Jarved.

There are lots of men and women in the mosque to pray. Around 11 minutes in the video Khan walks into where the men are praying, some on their knees, some sitting and some standing. Khan calls Mr Jarved in a soft voice "Mr Jarved pss pss" to get his attention. He disturbs the men praying. Khan gives Jarved a big wave when he gets his attention. Quietly Khan is talking to Amjad while standing in the back of the prayer room and Khans cell phone rings very loudly with music as a call comes in and disturbs the men praying.

He talks loud like he would at home and lies about the invitation and makes a rumor about his daughter having a relationship with a teacher that his wife's invitation was going to for Shazia's wedding.

Amjad hears his talk and is mad and brokenhearted. Khan finished the call and accidentally pushes the man standing in from of him down. The man then falls on the men to the right and they all fall down like dominoes. This is such a funny scene.

When they get happy or mad or worried they say "oh my god, oh my god" several times and it is humorous to see their reaction. I am a Christian so when I say "oh my God" is a request for love and forgiveness from Jesus.

I did not agree with the scene that Shazia defended herself said these things were not true but her body was her own and stating she could go with whoever she wanted and how many it was the past. I don't think she did anything but I don't like this feminist statement saying you can have sex with who you want and it should not matter because it is past. I do agree that some religions treat woman bad. Our past does affect our future though.

Many people connected to Shazia come to Khan's house to question or complain about the rumor regarding Shazia. Amjad's mother is there too. Khan has to confess he lied about his daughter. Then he talks like a liberal supporting his daughter's behavior no matter I can understand that you can love your child but not what they do.

In general I do like this series, it's funny and the actors are great. There was actor who played Omar a tall black Muslim. He had a high pitched voice and very funny his name was Felex Dexter. He died when he was 52 October 18, 2013.

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