His time spent on the streets, where he begs for nine hours a day and earns Rs 400 (£3), sees him abused by strangers who ridicule him and shout nasty comments.
But his family and close friends have no idea that he has to beg because he is too embarrassed to confess.
A Pakistani father-of-three unable to get a job due to his giant hands has been forced to beg on the streets to feed his family.
Ashraf-ud-din, 70, from Karachi, has suffered from the rare condition macrodactyly all of his life - a congenital form of gigantism.
Amjad Sabri, one of Pakistan's most famous singers, has been shot dead in Karachi.
According to Pakistani media, the 45-year-old died after two gunmen shot at his vehicle in the southern city on Wednesday afternoon.
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