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By Mukul Arora . 8th August 2018 07:30pm

Pakistan general elections were no less than a miracle as third-party front swiped the elections. This came out as a big surprise for its neighbor India too, as a newly formed revolutionist came to rule Pakistan. Yesternight, actor Imran Khan took to his Instagram where he shared a message where people are congratulating him on winning the Pakistan general elections. He wrote;

“I guess I can no longer ignore the call to action. Gonna start drafting some policy outlines this week, I’ll keep you guys updated,”

Imran joked in the post’s caption. The actor is often mistaken for the new PM, who used to be one of Pakistan’s most popular cricketers. The post read;

“Dear Prime Minister Imran Khan sahib, Successful leader takes right decision at right time. He recognizes friends and selects faithful team members. Now it is ten years long governance and I want to join your team on the very first day,”

[caption id="attachment_44980" align="alignnone" width="361"] source[/caption] This is not the first time when the actor has been mistaken for the cricketer-turned-politician, Imran has also been mistaken for Irrfan Khan. Sharing a screenshot of the text messages he received in which the sender had realized his mistake and called Imran a ‘badhiya banda’, the actor wrote, “Thanks, I guess.” [caption id="attachment_44982" align="alignnone" width="359"] source[/caption] On the work front, Imran was last seen in a Dharma film 'Katti Batti' which was released in the year 2015. Recently he made his directorial debut with an ad film for Dharma 2.0. [caption id="attachment_44977" align="alignnone" width="939"] source[/caption] On Monday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s parliamentary committee officially nominated Imran Khan as the party’s prime ministerial candidate. While the exact date of the swearing-in of Pakistan’s new prime minister has not been announced, the reports suggested it could take place on August 14, which is the Independence Day of the country.