In another clip, one news presenter points out how Khan contradicts himself while making political statements - something that the United States president has also been accused of time and again.
In the lead-up to the election, Khan was widely seen as the favoured candidate of the "powerful" military, which was accused of meddling against his rivals.
Geo News cited sources as saying that Khan has also chose to change the heads of the Federal Board of Revenue, Railways, Pakistan International Airlines and a few other institutions.
The army and Mr Khan's party deny any collusion.
"Imran Khan got 176 votes", Asad Qaiser, the parliament speaker, said in confirming Khan's victory over rival candidate, Shehbaz Sharif of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN), who garnered 96 votes.
Cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan on Friday defeated Shahbaz Sharif in a one-sided contest to become Pakistan's next prime minister after the grand opposition alliance fell apart over the PML-N chief's nomination for the top post.
Imran's party Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) had invited the likes of Kapil Dev and Sunil Gavaskar along with Sidhu.
"It will be good for the subcontinent also", Khan said.
Image Imran Khan is sworn in as Pakistan's prime minister
Among his first challenges will be to decide whether to request an International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout to ease currency pressures, or seek support from China and risk deepening Pakistan's economic dependence on its neighbor. "You had said that if rigging in 2013 elections would be proven, Nawaz Sharif's government should resign".
"I did not climb on any dictator's shoulders; I reached this place after struggling for 22 years".
How Khan addresses historic civil-military tensions that have dogged successive governments could define his term.
His mandate as leader will last five years.
Sharif, who was jailed over corruption accusations weeks before the election, saw his second stint in power ended by a military coup in 1999.
China has also provided billions of dollars in loans to shore up Pakistan's foreign currency reserves, which stand at just over $10.1 billion - enough to cover two months of imports.