Hamza Abbasi interviewing PM Imran Khan: social media burst with frenzy

Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi is set to interview Prime Minister Imran Khan on 5th December, Saturday evening.

Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi is set to interview PM Imran Khan on 5th December, Saturday evening. A private TV channel will broadcast the interview. Abbasi has been trending atop on Twitter ever since the announcement last night.

The internet has gone berserk as people are excited to see two leading figures of Pakistan together on a TV screen. The social media saw an outburst of excitement as Abbasi is trending atop on social media since last night. The news has also left fans and followers guessing about what Abbasi and PM Imran Khan will talk about.

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A score of social media users said, spirituality and Sufism, will a topic of mutual interest. Khan and Abbasi have developed a special interest in religion, spirituality, and divinity lately. Both of them have made significant alterations in their lifestyles and careers ever since they reverted to religion and God.

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The news of Abbasi interviewing Khan came just a day after the actor announced to take a break from social media to write a book on God. The news first appeared on the official Instagram account of PM Imran Khan. The image showed Khan and Abbasi sitting opposite each other.

Besides, spirituality and divinity, the two figures are expected to talk about various issues like the promotion of arts and culture in Pakistan, the thriving of the entertainment, economic, human rights issues as well.

According to reports, Khan will also talk about the recent controversial interview of former finance minister, Ishaq Dar with BBC on Hard Talk. He will also share the plans of the government for the development projects in Karachi. Khan will be voicing his opinions on the ongoing rallies of opposition parties and will discuss the matter of seeking the court’s approval for the broadcast of PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif’s speech on local TV channels in Pakistan.

GVS News Desk

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