Hamza Ali Abbasi is the epitome of causing debate; while some commend him for his unwavering faith in his patriotism towards Pakistan, others feel like his zealous nature tends to get him in hot waters with various controversial statements he’s made in the past.
If Hamza isn’t giving shut up calls to India,
He’s always the first one to valiantly speak out on what he thinks.
Hamza’s tirades on Twitter these days are escalating, on par with the Kashmir conflict and he’s really going all at it – even calling Modi a “rabid dog.”
Hearing PAF jets patrolling over Islamabad, gives me peace, puts a smile on my face. Thankyou Allah for blessing Pak with nuclear equipped Armed Forces… Verna Afghanistan, Syria aur Iraq bann ne mein dair na lagti seeing the war hysteria of lying idiot rabbid dogs like Modi.
— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) February 26, 2019
He’s not stopping anytime soon, and while he is unarguably the most vocal Pakistani celebrity in the industry, we commend him for his bravery to be as vocal as he is on a social media platform like Twitter.
#PakistanZindabad To the naive Indian masses: Seriously, i feel sorry for u tht ur media has made u believe that u did surgical strike be4 & can attack Pak anytime. I feel sorry tht u r convinced tht its bcz of Pak tht thr is unrest in Kashmr for decades. I hope u will grow up.
— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) February 19, 2019
After our Prime Minister Imran Khan issued a statement ordering the release of the captured Indian pilot Abinandan tomorrow “as a gesture of peace,” everyone is cheering for this wonderful decision by our P.M.
Pakistan will release Indian Pilot Abhinandan tomorrow as a gesture of peace: Prime Minister Imran Khan pic.twitter.com/6aUN4S9JVb
— Govt of Pakistan (@pid_gov) February 28, 2019
Hamza Ali Abbasi, who is an avid Imran Khan fan as we all know, tweeted in response to the announcement that the Indian pilot would be released.
The actor posted a picture of the Indian pilot with his family, circling his son’s picture and saying, rather scrutinizingly to be honest; “hey lil champ! Your dad is a soldier, be proud of him” Hamza then went a little too far by then ordering the pilot’s son to ask his father “But when you do hug after he is back, ask him is war & death for Modi’s political campaign worth it? Also, ask him that don’t lil champs like u in Kashmir deserve to live in peace with thr dads? PEACE”
Hey lil champ! Ur dad is a soldier, be proud of him. We r sending him back to u. But whn u do hug him aftr he is back, ask him is war & death for Modi's political campaign worth it? Also ask him tht dont lil champs like u in Kashmir deserve to live in peace with thr dads? PEACE❤️ pic.twitter.com/UHttKp9M59
— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) February 28, 2019
People felt Hamza had gone too far this time.
This kind of sick tactic is a regular thing in Pakistan’s foreign policy?
Smearing kids with hateful political propaganda is Pak’s official MO?
Despicable! To put it mildly.
— Amrita Bhinder (@amritabhinder) February 28, 2019
A few condemned him for bringing in an innocent boy into this chaotic mess.
Dear @iamhamzaabbasi my father was a soldier.He fought three wars for Pak without asking whether it’s worth fighting? A soldier doesn’t make decisions but follows orders and that’s exactly #Abhinadan did. This little champ needs to hug him without asking anything.#SayNotToWar
— Atif Tauqeer (@atifthepoet) February 28, 2019
You are such a low life Hamza. I wish you had some ethics to atleast understand why its important to keep kids out of it.
— Nazrana Yousufzai (@NazranaYusufzai) February 28, 2019
Stopping to needle the pilot's son? Shame on you. Children are off limits whether Indian or Pakistani.
— Maheen Usmani (@MaheenUsmani) March 1, 2019
People felt it was an invasion of privacy.
From i’m not suppose to tell you to family portraits being shared of the pilot, things got out of control. Sighs.
— Mahin Adnan Khan (@MahinAdnan) February 28, 2019
Hey man keep children’s out of it, show some decency please
— Mian Abdur Rehman (@mrarrehman) February 28, 2019
Have some shame sir. The right questions need to be asked of the right ppl at the right time.
— سمن عباسیSaman Abbasi समन (@samanabbasi1) March 1, 2019
Lil champs in Balochistan also need to live in peace.
— AnkurJ (@monsternaath) March 1, 2019
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— शोभित अवस्थी (@shobhitawasthi_) February 28, 2019
What are your thoughts on Hamza’s tweet?