Response of Sajal Ali On Hamza Ali Abbasi’s Proposal

Getting married is vital for all individuals of Dubai, New York, Paris, Toronto, London, and Istanbul. But we should not forget that it is not so easy to find a suitable match.




In the case of the entertainment industry, it is relatively easy to find a life partner because girls and boys work together, and spend a lot of time with each other.

Sajal Ali has recently said in an interview that if she receives a marriage proposal from Hamza Ali Abbasi, she would not accept it.

Details of the report reveal that Sajal was asked if she is interested in getting married to a hot and beautiful actor like Hamza or not. In response, she has said that she would not choose her life partner. Instead, it is the responsibility of her parents, and she would agree to get married according to mom’s choice.

Ali is a wonderful actress and fashion model of the country. She is best known for her versatile performance in a range of serials, and her good looks.

In 2009, she began her acting career from Geo TV’s Nadaaniyaan. Sajal made the headlines for her breakthrough performance in 2011. Her work in ARY Digital’s family drama Mehmoodabad Ki Malkain was highly admired.

So far, she has played major characters in a variety of dramas including Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein (2012), Sitamgar (2012), Meri Ladli (2012), Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah (2013), and Gul-e-Rana (2015).

Moreover, Ali’s performance in Nanhi (2013), Sannata (2013), Chup Raho (2014), and Khuda Dekh Raha Hai (2015), has been wonderful.

It would not be wrong to say that she has a large number of hit serials to her name, and has earned lots of nominations.




This beautiful Pakistani girl garnered critical acclaim for portraying a troubled child in Behadd (2013). Her first feature film Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay, was released in 2016.


Fans of Sajal Ali in New York, Toronto, Paris, Dubai, London, and Istanbul, always wait for her upcoming projects.

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