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The wait is over: Hamza Ali Abbasi set to make TV comeback

Hamza Ali Abbasi is a well-known actor in the Pakistani TV and film industry who announced his retirement from the entertainment world after his spiritual awakening. However, his film “The Legend of Maula Jutt” was released after he left the industry. Subsequently, his wife Naimal Khawar also decided to leave showbiz and has not appeared in any Pakistani dramas since then.

The wait is over: Hamza Ali Abbasi set to make TV comeback

Recently, the good news of Hamza’s return to the entertainment industry has been circulating on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Hamza himself has also shared a teaser of his upcoming drama series “Jan E Jahan” on his Instagram account. He expressed his delight in introducing the captivating world of their upcoming project to his followers. The actor announced the news officially on his Instagram post and provided brief details about the drama project.

According to details, Hamza Ali Abbasi will be starring in a new drama series called “Jan E Jahan”. The drama is set to air on ARY Digital and is expected to be a grand production in 2023. It will be produced by well-known producers Samina Humayun Saeed and Sana Shahnawaz under the banner of Next Level Entertainment Production. The story of the series is penned by Rida Bilal and directed by Qasim Ali Mureed.

The wait is over: Hamza Ali Abbasi set to make TV comeback

While the female lead of the drama has not been announced yet, the teaser of the show features the voice of Humayun Saeed, adding to its allure. In the Instagram post, Hamza Ali Abbasi expressed his gratitude towards Humayun Saeed for his involvement in the project.

Here’s the link to the post:

Are you eagerly anticipating Hamza Ali Abbasi’s return to the drama screens? If so, please share your valuable feedback with us once the drama serial airs. Thank you!

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