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Meet Two Kashmiri Celebrities Who Quit Bollywood to Pursue Islam

Meet Two Kashmiri Celebrities Who Quit Bollywood to Pursue Islam

Zaira Wasim and Murcyleen Peerzada, two well-known celebrities from Kashmir, have left the glamour of Bollywood to pursue a life dedicated to Islam.

Zaira Wasim, known for her roles in films such as “Dangal” and “Secret Superstar,” announced her decision to leave the film industry in 2019, citing that her work was interfering with her faith. Similarly, Murcyleen Peerzada, a singer and performer, has also turned her back on the entertainment industry to focus on her spiritual journey.

Both women have received significant success and recognition in their respective fields, but they have decided to prioritize their religion over their careers. The decision has been met with mixed reactions, with some applauding their bravery and commitment to their faith, while others criticize their choices.

Despite the backlash, Zaira and Murcyleen continue to follow their hearts and use their platforms to promote their religious beliefs. They hope to inspire others to prioritize their spiritual journeys and find fulfillment outside of the glitz and glamour of the entertainment industry.

Zaira Wasim:

Zaira Wasim, a resident of Srinagar and an award-winning Bollywood actress, has bid goodbye to the glamourous world of showbiz to pursue a spiritual path.

Wasim appeared in notable films such as “Dangal,” “Secret Superstar,” and “The Sky is Pink.” However, in June 2019, she announced via social media that she would no longer be a part of the Bollywood industry due to conflicts between her work and her faith.

In her message, Wasim requested that her fans remove all fan pages and refrain from posting any pictures of her. She asked for respect as she embarked on a new chapter of her life.

Murcyleen Peerzada:

In a remarkable decision, a former assistant director at Yash Raj Films (YRF), Murcyleen quit her job and devoted herself to promoting Islamic values. Murcyleen, a resident of north Kashmir’s Sopore, has expressed her commitment to raising awareness about the true principles of Islam.

After working on Salman Khan’s “Ek Tha Tiger,” Murcyaleen declared that her new priority is dawah, the act of inviting people to understand and appreciate the teachings of Islam.

Her focus will also be on educating young women in Kashmir about the religion, which she believes offers them unparalleled respect and dignity.

This decision to leave a successful career in Bollywood and pursue a life dedicated to faith is truly inspiring.

Murcyaleen’s story speaks to the power of conviction and the importance of following one’s heart, even in the face of significant challenges.

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