As Pakistan’s short video content space grows, Likee, one of the country’s most popular creative video platforms, is leading the way by highlighting the national talent that deserves our attention. Talha Talib, who brought honor to Pakistan by finishing in the top 5 at Weightlifting in the Tokyo Olympics 2021, has embraced the application and Likee is ensuring he gets the recognition he has earned. With a partnership that showcases Talha’s achievements, a new hashtag #PKFitnessFreak has been initiated by the national hero on Likee.
Pakistan is a land of evergreen talents with numerous individuals excelling in diverse feats. However, due to a lack of resources and appropriate channels for audiences to witness their skills a lot of these people remain devoid of the limelight. With Likee, however, under the patronage of Talha Talib, things are changing rapidly. As the champion promotes himself on the app, an already growing list of creators is getting the motivation they need to make themselves stand out.
Talha Talib has started the #PKFitnessFreak to promote weightlifting, bodybuilding and a general orientation towards health and fitness to get Pakistan’s youth-inspired. The youth and bulk of content creators can now look up to him, thanks to Likee, for allowing the world to witness their capabilities in numerous fields.
Commenting on the development, Gibson Yuen, Head of Global Operations at Likee stated; “For a long time, national assets like Talha Talib and the youth of Pakistan, in general, have longed for appropriate recognition and representation of their capacities at a higher level. Likee, by offering these individuals the support they need, is creating a conducive atmosphere where the door is open for anyone to make a difference. These opportunities are not just for the people but for the country as well to demonstrate to the world what gems this land holds.”
Likee has become one of the fastest-growing short video platforms in Pakistan through its creator-centric strategies and the opportunities it offers to these people across the board.