Ali Fazal visits Mecca and Medina; share a message for atheists
Ali Fazal, who was busy filming his upcoming Hollywood movie ‘Kandahar’, recently shared a video of visiting Makkah and Madinah.
Sharing a reel of his trip, the actor wrote, To Medina then to Mecca! What a way to end my shoot! I am truly blessed, I think, in many ways. I like to think at least. This one was for Amma and Nana. Their loss will never heal me…maybe healing isn’t the answer. Search is. We will find out.
He went on to say, “But I prayed and I prayed for everyone around me. Family, friends and anyone who needs love. There are simply too many. And guess what? There is still more love to give and to receive. So sit down everyone…I just pumped some serious atchya love!!! ”
“To all you atheists…consider this great meditation that won’t go wrong. Too much energy involved. Too much. gaana sahi lagayaa hai kuchh bhi bolo,” Ali added.
Ali’s bride-to-be and actress Richa Chadha commented, “So beautiful. I am so glad that you are blessed be Ali, you are the child of God and thank you for the prayers. It takes a lot of healing. »
“Kandahar” also stars Navid Negahban and Gerard Butler.
Funded by “John Wick” fame Thunder Road Films and the Capstone Group, “Kandahar,” which began filming in Al-‘Ula, Saudi Arabia in December, is based on true incidents as it draws inspiration from the life of a former military intelligence officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency in Afghanistan.
This film marks Ali’s first collaboration with director Ric Roman Waugh, who previously worked with Butler in “Greenland” and “Angel Has Fallen.”
On the work side, Ali is filming for director Vishal Bharadwaj “Khufiya” and is awaiting the release of his upcoming “Death On The Nile” based on the book of the same name by Agatha Christie. The film is set for a worldwide release on February 11.
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Posted: Thursday, January 20, 2022, 10:31 a.m. IST