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Anum Fayyaz has reportedly left the industry to “follow a more Islamic lifestyle.”

Fayyaz made the announcement of her departure from the entertainment industry on Instagram.

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Actress Anum Fayyaz, who has appeared in hits like Beqadar and Yeh Chahatein Yeh Shiddatein, recently declared that she was leaving the entertainment industry to adopt a “more Islamic lifestyle.” The actor posted on social media about her “difficult” decision and said that it would change how people see her online.

“Since you have been so encouraging of my media career, this is a tough message to deliver,” the ex-star said. “Since leaving the industry and adopting a more Islamic way of life, I have made changes to my online persona to reflect my newfound commitment to Islam.” Please remember me in your prayers as I set out on this adventure. To whomever you may be, thank you so much for your unending kindness and encouragement.

May ALLAH SWT open the doors of happiness for all of us, Ameen.

Ahmed Habib Ki Betiyan was the first film in which the actor appeared. She has since played numerous supporting roles in current, critically acclaimed dramas. Anum Fayyaz had already proven herself to be a talented up-and-comer in the art world. However, the actor had been keeping a low profile on social media for quite some time. Posting pictures of herself wearing a hijab as a subtle hint at her new religious journey.

“If speaking is SILVER then listening is GOLD”

Many well-known people jumped into the comments section after the post went viral online to offer their support. “Anum Fayyaz, I wanted to tell you how thrilled I am to witness your lovely path to the true success that is Allah’s guidance. If you make this choice, may it bring you many blessings? Ameen. According to the “composition of Syeda Bushra Iqbal,” God is awesome. Wahaj Ali, another actor, chimed in to applaud his coworkers’ selection. “MashaAllah!” the Tere Bin actor exclaimed.

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