Hamza Ali Abbasi tweeted recently by sharing an estimate that says last year 21 people did Umrah but in this year no one can do it because of corona virus outbreak. He urged people who were planning to do Umrah this year, spend that money to help poor people amidst this calamity. We are quite impressed by this suggestion as it is our responsibility to take care of those who are poverty-stricken and cannot afford basic food items.
Hamza Ali Abbasi has left entertainment fraternity and dedicated his life for the Islamic way of living. He shares motivational quotes and hadiths on his social media to create awareness in society. In these dark times, when everyone is perplexed, it is obligatory for privileged people to step forward and help people get through this tough time.
Hamza Ali Abbasi born 23 June 1984 is a Pakistani film and television actor and director. He is known for his roles as Afzal in the drama serial Pyarey Afzal, and as Salahuddin in the drama serial Mann Mayal.
Abbasi began his acting career in 2006 in the play Dally in the Dark, which was produced by Shah Shahrahbeel. He made his film debut in a short film, The Glorious Resolve (2010), directed by Bilal Lashari. In 2013, he appeared in two feature films, Main Hoon Shahid Afridi and Waar, for which he received the Best Star Debut Male and Best Supporting Actor awards at the 1st ARY Film Awards.