Hamza Ali Abbasi announced in November last year that 'abstinence from acting' after which his fans were saddened to hear this news.
But now Hamza Ali Abbasi once again reminds fans that he has not given up acting but has just walked away.
'I wish Hamza Ali Abbasi did not quit acting', wrote a fan on social networking site Twitter.
In response, the actor thanked him and wrote, "As I said in my video, I did not quit acting because I did not see that acting in Islam is forbidden".
Thankyou❤. As i said in my video, i haven't quit acting bcz i dont see it any whr in Islam as being haraam in itself. I just took a long break from acting to give more time to religion & insha Allah will make & maybe act in projects made within boundaries Allah has set for us.— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) February 29, 2020
The actor further wrote, "I have just taken a long break so that I can make time for my religion; Decide for us'.
Remember that Hamza Ali Abbasi said in a statement on social media October 12 last year that he would make an important announcement soon after which he announced via video that he was trying to quit acting. The decision has been made.
Looking at Hamza Ali Abbasi's career, he started his career in theatre in 2006, and later directed a feature film, 'Mid House and the Golden Doll'.
He has also acted in films like 'War', 'I am Shahid Afridi', 'Jawani phir Nahin Aani' and 'Parwaz Hay Junoon'.
Hamza Ali Abbasi has also played a leading role in the soon-to-be-released film, The Legends of Maula Jett.