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Veena Malik questioned Hamza Ali Abbasi for defending kissing before nikkah

It would appear that people are as yet not over Iqra Aziz and Yasir Hussain’s grand engagment at the LSA 2019, when the last at long last chose to pop the inquiry to his reputed woman love.

While some criticsed the open proposition, Hamza Ali Abbasi – shockingly – was supportive of it. However, in doing as such, he appears to have scoured entertainer Veena Malik who is getting him out for “safeguarding kissing before nikkah.”

Veena took to Twitter on Tuesday to share her feedback on the issue. “I am working in the Pakistani media outlet after long break of right around nine years. I met Hamza Ali Abbasi sahab on the Pakistan Star sets and we moved toward becoming colleagues,” she started. “What I think about him so far is that he is somebody who is upstanding, profoundly principled, prudent and amazing for being that route in his acting, facilitating, judging, and so on.”

She continued, “Also, just recently saw a video of yours on God which made me realise that you are insightful, cultured and enlightened. But then these tweets came up.” The former Bigg Boss contestant called out Hamza for his opinions regarding Iqra and Yasir’s PDA. “Nowhere in our religion and Quran it is written that you can hug and kiss before nikkah. I think we shouldn’t use religion to support PDA. Two wrongs don’t make a right,” Veena explained. “Of course, congratulations to the couple. I’m so happy that they’ll get married and prefer halal over haram but how the proposal ended wasn’t appropriate as the act was utterly uncultured.”

Veena added, “You are talking about haram and halal and yet, defending kisses before nikkah? If someone is following Islam and doing nikkah, then why do haram before it? Even for some halal acts, you can’t go public so they should have been a little careful!”

Veena added, “You are talking about haram and halal and yet, defending kisses before nikkah? If someone is following Islam and doing nikkah, then why do haram before it? Even for some halal acts, you can’t go public so they should have been a little careful!”

 

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