Ali Fazal shares video from Mecca, Medina as he takes short break from Hollywood film

WION Web Team
New Delhi Updated: Jan 20, 2022, 05:40 PM(IST)

Ali Fazal in Mecca and Medina. Photograph:( Twitter )

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As soon as the video came out, partner Richa Chadha commented, "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.”

Ali Fazal is currently in Saudi Arabia as the actor is busy shooting for his upcoming Hollywood film ‘Kandahar’. Taking a few days off for a special visit to the holy sites in Mecca and Medina, Ali shared videos and pictures from his trip. 

Posting a video from his religious outing, Ali Fazal wrote, “To Medina and then Mecca! What a way to end my shoot! I am truly blessed i think in many ways. I like to think atleast . This one was for Amma and Nana. Their loss will never heal me .. maybe healing isn’t the answer. Seeking is. We’ll find out. But i prayed n i prayed for all those around me. Family, friends, and all the people in need of love. There are just too many. And guess what ? There’s even more love to give and get. So sit tight you’all.. i just pumped some serious love atchya!!! For all the atheists.. consider this one big meditation that just wont go wrong. Too many energies at play. Way too many.” 'Gehraiyaan' trailer: Shakun Batra explores the complexities of modern love

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