Monday, October 25, 2021

Differently-Abled Talha Khan Selling Home-made Biryani on the Streets of Islamabad

A picture of a young entrepreneur selling home-made food has recently been shared by a netizen on social media platforms. The post shared by the lady is currently circulating on social media because this hard-working seller is deaf and providing delicious hygienic home-made food on the streets of Islamabad.

The author of the post captioned it as, “Got some amazing biryani from Talha Khan today! He has a small business called Fresh n Frozen! They sell out of their car in front of KFC in the main i8 markaz! They also deliver so hit them up and support the business.”

According to the source of Startup Pakistan, Talha’s “Fresh n Frozen” business has a strong moto to provide quality, taste and hygiene altogether. They have their business page on Facebook as well.

Talha and his crew members are deaf; however, they cook and sell delicious food themselves. They made the food by heart and hope to get people’s support, kindness and love in return to their hard work so they can earn to live a quality and independent life.

Mehjabeen Qasimhttps://startuppakistan.com.pk/
Business Journalist at Startup Pakistan

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