Fans of Hamza Ali Abbasi, listen up: there’s important information to share. The actor has announced his long-awaited return to television, and although we may not be over his scary portrayal as Noori Natt in Bilal Lashari’s The Tale of Maula Jatt, we certainly can’t wait. Another initiative that Hamza Ali Abbasi is a part of is called Jaan-e-Jahan.
We are excited to share with you the mesmerizing universe of Jaan-e-Jahan, our forthcoming production written by Rida Bilal and directed by Qasim Ali Mureed, as teased in an Instagram post. Samina Humayun Saeed and Sana Shahnawaz, your producers, are hard at work on a new show that will soon be shown on a television near you.
Happy to introduce you to the captivating world of our upcoming project ‘Jaan-e-Jahan’
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The teaser begins with a message from the creators, narrated by superstar Humayun Saeed. At first glance, Abbasi’s final TV project of 2019 — Jaan-e-Jahan — feels very much like Alif. The air date and other specifics of the 38-year-old star’s newly announced project are being kept under wraps at this time.
Abbasi’s newsworthy career, on the other hand, has done well in 2022. Lashari’s magnum opus, the actor’s last project, has become the highest-grossing film in Pakistan’s history. “I was involved in this project from the start. I couldn’t wait to do this. I was very excited by Bilal’s plan for putting Noori into action. “It was easier for me to do this role because I was a part of this project from the beginning,” Abbasi told The Express Tribune in a previous interview.
Abbasi said that the job was still very hard to do. “Noori’s look was exhausting, what with the heat of Lahore, his beard, and his hair. Trying to fill Mustafa Qureshi Sahab’s shoes was extra stressful. I could say it was the hardest role I’ve ever played,” Abbasi said.