Ali Fazal Visits Mecca And Medina With Religious Spirits; Actor Shares Engaging Video With Powerful Captionবিনোদন
Ali Fazal has given a visit to the holy place of Mecca and Medina. The actor has shared a video from the place on his social media account. Read on to know more about the actors post
Ali Fazal is one of the most talented actors in the Bollywood industry. After featuring in most of the Hindi movies, the actor has turned his focus to Hollywood now. He is making us proud by acting the Hollywood movies. Ali Fazal was recently shooting for his Hollywood film Kandahar and now he has wrapped up the shoot of the film. On the same account, the actor has given a visit to the holy place of Mecca and Medina and shared glimpses from his holy visit.
The actor took to his social media account to share a video from the religious place Mecca and Medina. Sharing the video on his Instagram account, Ali Fazal wrote that he went to Medina and then Mecca. He exclaimed what a way to end his shoot. He thinks that he is truly blessed with many things and likes to think at least. The actor said that this one was for his Amma and Nana. Ali will never be healed with their loss and maybe for him, healing isn’t the answer but seeking is.
Further in his caption, Ali Fazal added that he will find it out. He prayed for all those around him including family, friends, and for all who need love. He also thinks that there are just too many people like that. He also penned that there is even more love to give and get. So he asked to sit tight. He just pumped some serious love atchya. Ali Fazal mentioned that for all atheists, consider this one big meditation that just won’t go wrong. On the ending note, the actor penned that there are too many energies at play, way too many. He concluded his caption with a funny remark that he added a perfect song in the background of the video.
Ali Fazal’s girlfriend Richa Chadha commented on his social media post. The actress wrote, ‘so beautiful. So glad you got to go blessed be Ali, you’re God’s child and thank you for the prayers. A lot of healing is needed’.