Imran Abbas Responds to Claims of Animal Abuse After Posting a Pic With a Lion
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Imran Abbas Responds to Claims of Animal Abuse After Posting a Pic With a Lion

Imran Abbas has come under fire after posting a photo of himself posing with a lion. In the photograph posted on Instagram, Abbas can be seen sitting on a patio of a private house. The post did not go down well with certain individuals, who took to social media to reprimand the actor

Imran Abbas has suffered heavy criticism for posting an image next to a lion where he can be seen posing with him. In the photograph posted on Instagram, Abbas can be seen sitting on a patio of a private house. The post did not go down well with certain individuals, who rapidly took to social media to reprimand the actor for keeping a wild animal in a cage. The actor, in an attempt to defend himself, captioned the aforementioned post as, “Loved you Simba!!!!! This lion was rescued and saved when he was a 3 months old cub. He is not caged or malnutritioned . He is kept in a natural habitat at a farm house and was taken to this house only for a day. He loves human beings and can not be sent back to jungle since he feels more comfortable with the owner and cant survive without him.” Imran added a clarification: “Thanks to all you for the concern but Simba is well taken care of and a super pampered lion who is well bred and not on drugs.”

Imran Abbas is a Pakistani actor, singer and former model. He is known for his roles in TV serials Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan (2009), Khuda Aur Muhabbat (2011), Akbari Asghari (2011), Dil-e-Muztar (2013), Alvida (2015), Mera Naam Yusuf Hai (2015) Tum Kon Piya (2016), Mohabbat Tumse Nafrat Hai (2017) and Koi Chand Rakh Meri Shaam Par (2018).

Abbas made his film debut in the 2013 romantic drama Anjuman. The following year, he appeared in Bollywood's monster horror film Creature 3D, which earned him Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut nomination. He studied architecture at the National College of Arts in Lahore. He also writes Urdu poetry. His family settled in Lahore, Pakistan, after the independence in 1947.

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