Viral: Karachi bakery 'Once Upon a Cake' made a special Imran Khan cake
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan is ready to take responsibility as the new prime minister. The cricketer-turned politician’s party emerged as the single-largest party in the recently held elections, celebrations began with his supporters sharing congratulatory message online.
A 22-year-old baker, Warda Zahid from Karachi dedicated a congratulatory message with a cake featuring Khan. The cake went viral on social media.
The bakery 'Once Upon a Cake' has been flooded with messages and request after her Imran Khan cake went viral and now many want to order it for his oath ceremony. She plan to make a new version of the cake of him wearing a sherwani now.
In the cake, Imran is wearing signature white pathani suit with a stole in PTI colours (red and green).
In an interview with indianexpress.com, the baker behind the cake clarified that although it has garnered all the attention now, it was actually made last year after they received an order.
Talking to indianexpress.com, the baker clarified that although it has garnered all the attention now, it was actually made last year after they received an order.
Warda Zahid said, “Actually I was planning to make a figure of Imran Khan in PM’s black sherwani and launch it online, since that would be fitting the political circumstances of the country. But before I could proceed with that, the old one caught attention."
After the cake went viral on social media, she recieved lot of messages regarding the order. “I’ve gotten loads of inquiries, and people say that they’ll confirm the order once the oath-taking ceremony is scheduled and announced officially,” the self-taught baker added.
The cake, weighs around 4kg can be made in numerous flavours as wished by fans and would cost around 4900 in Pakistani currency.