Entertainer Hamza Ali Abbasi recently gave an interview to Sarfraz Niazi, sharing insights concerning his excursion, his journey, and his perspectives on media outlets and industry. The Parwaaz Hai Junoon entertainer, who recently played ‘Qalb-e-Momin’ TV series Alif and is set to make his cinema comeback through the profoundly expected Maula Jatt. Abbasi reported last year that he is working on a book about his spiritual journey.
Struggles with experiences
Abbasi, who is an impassioned supporter of Prime Minister Imran Khan, having met the premier previously, talked about holding with Khan over comparative encounters. He clarified, “What I like is that the first occasion when we fortified, we did as such over God. He has likewise experienced a lot of struggles. No one is perfect. What makes a difference is acknowledging where you turned out badly and identify those problems, and afterward attempting to fix them. That is the thing that God needs also. God doesn’t anticipate that you should be righteous, sinless, and perfect. That is the thing that we share practically speaking.”
Religion on a scholarly level for Hamza Ali Abbasi
On how, as per the entertainer, the embodiment of religion isn’t completely valued, he shared, “We never wind up drawing in with religion on a scholarly level. We never seek after answers. Deen is acquired, and the pervasive view is that our relationship with it is one of commitment, not astuteness. Despite the fact that the Quran says the direct inverse.” He added later, “We should simply continue to wonder why do we accept what we believe?”
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Hamza Ali Abbasi says music and films are not haram if they are in limits
At the point when interrogated regarding his future plans concerning the entertainment industry, the entertainer reacts, “If the question is whether I think work like music, film, and drama is haram, then I have reached the conclusion that it is not. As long as you stay within the limits defined by God, then it isn’t.”
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