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Hamza Ali Abbasi to marry Naimal Khawar

After cricketer Hasan Ali and Imad Wasim, Hamza Ali Abbasi is the latest to tie the knot. The fans on social media eagerly await a confirmation.

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According to rumors circulating on social media, actor turned activist Hamza Ali Abbasi is marrying Anaa star Naimal Khawar. A wedding card has been circulating online claiming that the two are tying the knot on August 25th, 2019.


According to the card, the valima reception will be held on Monday, August 26th. Both the artists have not confirmed the reports yet. The artists, however, have been spotted several times together, with Hamza Ali Abbasi being present at Naimal Khawar’s recent art exhibition.

Social media was abuzz with fans heavily sharing the wedding card with the names of the two actors inscribed on it.

Naimal Khawar is a graduate from National College of Arts and is a painter by profession. She made her acting debut with the movie ‘Verna’ in 2017 but rose to fame through an ongoing drama serial Anaa on Hum Tv. Khawar plays the lead role of Izza against Usman Mukhtar in Anaa, which aired on Hum TV.

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Hamza Ali Abbasi is a renowned and established actor in the Pakistani entertainment industry. Abbasi, who has recently returned from Hajj, will make his television comeback through the upcoming serial ‘Alif’. Abbasi has vast acting experience in films and drama serials, some of his hit stints include drama serials like ‘Pyare Afzal’, ‘Man Mayal’ and movies like ‘Parwaz Hai Junoon’, ‘Waar’, and ‘Jawani Phir Nahi Ani’.

Few of the most sought after celebrities in the entertainment industry, Hamza Ali Abbasi, an activist, is off-screen since a long time, but active on social media with a heavy focus on the current affairs of the country. Hamza Ali Abbasi was a police officer from Pakistan’s Central Superior Services, who left his service to pursue his career in the entertainment industry. He also anchored a news program on Bol News for a brief period.