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Believe me, real life begins after death, Hamza Ali Abbasi

Hamza Ali Abbasi, who retired from showbiz in November 2019, a few months after getting married in August 2019, although active away from TV and movies, remains active on social media.

Hamza Ali Abbasi started promoting religion on social media after retiring from showbiz and he keeps tweeting or posting on social media on almost every issue.

He also recently did a video series on important issues related to religion under the banner of the Ghamdi Organization, in which he was seen talking to various religious figures.

Similarly, for the past few months, he has been seen sharing videos and other religious posts of renowned scholar Javed Ahmed Ghamdi and people have praised him for such posts.

For the past two weeks, Hamza Ali Abbasi has been seen posting religious posts on Twitter almost daily, and recently he tweeted to believe and know that real life begins after death.

Hamza Ali Abbasi wrote in the above-mentioned tweet that he should treat his family as well as others with good manners, treat the poor and weak with kindness and love.

“Make sure everyone is safe and calm with your actions and words,” he wrote.

At the same time, he wrote that they should give charity and know this and believe that real life will start only after death.

Earlier, he tweeted that heaven was not because of any political, religious party, sect, historian, ruler, company, philosopher, social or political figure, but because of scientific and moral integrity. The result will be.

Earlier, at the time of the plane crash in Karachi on May 23 last month, he had also tweeted in which he had written that we are all sent by Allah and we have to go to Him.

It may be recalled that Hamza Ali Abbasi started his career in theater in 2006, later he also directed a feature film called ‘Mid House and the Golden Doll’.

He has also acted in films like ‘War’, ‘I am Shahid Afridi’, ‘Jwani Phar Nahin Aani’ and ‘Parvaaz Hai Janoon’.

Hamza Ali Abbasi has also played an important role in the soon-to-be-released film ‘The Legends of Mula Jutt’, which has yet to be released.

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The actor’s first drama, ‘The Language That Gets My Pain’, came out in 2012, after which he acted in successful dramas like ‘Pyare Afzal’ and ‘Man Mail’, before announcing his withdrawal from Showbiz in November 2019 In August, he married former actress Nemal Khawar.

Hamza’s wife Nemal started her career with the film ‘Varna’ which was released 2 years ago. After the success of the film, she started shooting for the drama ‘Anna’ and started shooting for the same drama in December 2018. He announced his departure from Showbiz on Instagram.

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