Pakistani actor and activist, Hamza Ali Abbasi, is almost always in the news for the wrong reasons. He is a strong supporter of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf, Pakistani PM, Imran Khan’s party. Hamza Ali Abbasi made headlines a few months ago when he posed with Hafiz Saeed and garnered backlash.
One of the nicest most polite ppl i have met who promotes religious tolerance & humanity. He is also, unfortunately, the most misunderstood man in Pakistan right now. Had the pleasure of interviewing him again to clarify the propaganda abt him. Watch it on Monday at 8pm on BOL. pic.twitter.com/rLqEF1Naxq— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) December 31, 2017
In the wake of the Pulwama Attack in Kashmir, Hamza took to his Twitter again to say,
“Literally five mins after the attack, the entire Indian media blaming Pakistan for the attack. Wow, so basically before the historic visit of MBS [King Muhammad Bin Salman of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia] with billions of dollars of investment, Pak decided to kill Indian soldiers in Pulwama? Wow.. *slow clap*”
#PulwamaTerrorAttack Literally 5 mins after the attack, the entire Indian Media blaming Pakistan for the attack. Wow.. So basically right before a historic visit by MBS with billions of dollars of investment, Pak decided to kill Indian soldiers in Pulwama? Wow... *slow clap*— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) February 15, 2019
King Muhammad Bin Salman of Saudi Arabia is on a visit on Pakistan where he has met the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and is reportedly pledging investment agreements in the energy sector worth $10 billion.
Happy Birthday my brother, my friend, my leader & my Prime Minister. I pray that Allah helps you in your mission & i pray your hope & wish comes true that when you stand infront of your creator on judgement day he says "I am happy with you Imran Khan" pic.twitter.com/eAm5m65Kl3— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) October 5, 2018
On February 14th, 2019, a suicide van carrying a lot of explosives rammed into a convoy of CPRF personnel, killing forty-nine soldiers. Indian media came out in support of the soldiers and relations have been strained between the two countries as of now. Hamza Ali Abbasi has often called to ‘boycott Bollywood’ earlier and had asked Pakistani people to stop watching Indian content.
Hamza Ali Abbasi will soon be seen in the upcoming Pakistani film, The Legend of Maula Jatt set to release this year alongside Mahira Khan, Fawad Khan, Humaima Malick. The film is directed by Bilal Lashari who earlier directed a war film called, Waar.
Late night editing sessions with @blashari. Incase you missed it, check out our original/official high quality 4K upload of the 1st look trailer of The Legend of Maula Jatt on this link https://t.co/0o8JZKSCVP pic.twitter.com/HqD3OeFP58— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) December 28, 2018