Item numbers are the lowest form of art- Hamza Ali abbasi

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Item numbers are the lowest form
of art- Hamza Ali abbasi

Hamza Ali Abbasi needs no introduction as he is one of the very famous actors of our industry. He has marked his name with numerous block buster dramas and movies on his credit.

He rose to fame with his hit drama serial Pyare Afzal which kept trending on YouTube for long and is still remebered by fans.

Fans loved his performance in his movie Jawani Phir Nahi Ani, Perwaaz Hai Junoon, Waar, Mein Hoon Shahid Afridi and some more.

Last year Hamza was in the spot-light after he announced his wedding with Naimal Khawar. His wedding ceremony was an intimate affair and made waves on social media with fans anxiously waiting for the couple to post pictures.

The actor announced that he will not be a part of the industry anymore and will only be part of projects which help in spreading the message of Islam.

Recently, Hamza   announced that he will be returning to the screen soon with a brand new project. The details of his project are not shared by him yet.

Hamza is also on his spiritual journey and he has been trying to spread the message of Islam with his tweets actively.

Recently in an interview with Ahsan Zaman on Pak5 News, he was asked about his views on item numbers and their importance in our movies and why they are not considered right. Hamza who is known for voicing his views on sexual harrasment and women being used as objects just to attract audience to the cinemas said that such songs are not art and are completely nonsense.

He further added that they are not our culture and everyone should refrain from doing such acts as even in bollywood now they are considered as B-grade. He said that the lowest form of art is to take off a woman’s clothes and such songs can only bring a negative impact on our society.

He said that how can we even think of adding such songs in our movies when they only focus on the sexual appeal of a woman. He wants our directors and actresses to understand that such acts should not be considered important.

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