Hamza Ali Abbasi comeback to TV with the upcoming drama serial ‘Jaan-e-Jahan’

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Hamza Ali Abbasi comeback to TV with the upcoming drama serial 'Jaan-e-Jahan'

Fans of Hamza Ali Abbasi, gather around—we have some exciting news! The actor, who gave a menacing performance as Noori Natt in Bilal Lashari’s The Tale of Maula Jatt, has finally revealed his eagerly awaited return to television.

Abbasi announced on social media that Jaan-e-Jahan will mark his return to television. We’re excited to present you to the fascinating universe of our upcoming project, Jaan-e-Jahan, written by Rida Bilal and directed by Qasim Ali Mureed, according to an Instagram post. Coming soon to a TV near you, produced by Samina Humayun Saeed and Sana Shahnawaz!

The teaser has a welcome greeting from the producers narrated by celebrity Humayun Saeed. Jaan-e-Jahan, Abbasi’s final television production for 2019, has a distinctly Alif vibe about it at first glance. The 38-year-old star’s recently revealed project is a secret, and neither the air date nor any other information has been released.

Nonetheless, Abbasi’s newsworthy career has been successful since 2022. The last film the Mann Mayal actor worked on, Lashari’s magnum effort, broke all box office records in Pakistan. “I was engaged with this initiative from the beginning. I was quite eager to do this. I was particularly intrigued by Bilal’s plan to put his notion for Noori into action.

Because I was involved in this production from the beginning, playing this role came simpler to me, Abbasi previously told The Express Tribune.

Abbasi said that the position was still very difficult. The heat of Lahore, the beard, and the hair made Noori’s attire taxing. There was additional pressure to fill Mustafa Qureshi Sahab’s shoes. I would describe it as the most difficult character I have ever played,” said Abbasi.

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