Dangal star Zaira Wasim quits films and Mufti Menk guides her to Islam today on Instagram.

The famous child star of the movie ‘Dangal” starring Amir Khan, the child star Zaira Wasim, who get popular after the success of the same Movie, she was in the film industry Bollywood from past 5 years, The actress today posted on her official Instagram account that she is going to leave the Industry as she isn’t getting Barakat and peace in her life since she joined the Film industry Bollywood.

She said that Allah removed happiness from her life and now she will return to the fundamental and practicing Muslims after she posted these statements on her Instagram account the famous Islamic preacher Mufti Menk commented and said may Allah guide you and Protect you.
Screenshot of the same we will post after the completion of this blog.

Zaira Wasim stated and quoted some of the Ayats from the Quran and also mention one of the names of Almighty ALLAH (Ar-Razzaq) in context of that he is the Provider for All, and we should earn a livelihood from Halal means.

In Islam, Singing, Acting, Dancing considers illegal, so the one who earns from any of these sources are actually earning Haram Livelihood.

Zaira Wasim also mentioned the name of the Prophet Muhammad by saying that a Muslim should strictly follow the teachings of the Islamic prophet and it is a duty of a true Muslim to fulfill the commandments of Allah, so I am not happy now with the industry though I struggle a lot, but my Imaan was weak that I was in the words of Shaytaan neglecting the Commandments of ALLAH and teachings of his Prophet Muhammad.

Mufti Menk also reposts the same story on his Instagram stories and praying for a better life ahead by following ALLAH and wish a peaceful life for the actress Zaira Wasim.

We wish that all Muslim actress and actors of Bollywood some of them are very famous like Amir Khan, Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan and Shahrukh also leave their profession of Haram livelihood and try to earn Halal Livelihood, Ameen.


“And That the hearts of those who don’t believe in the hereafter, may incline to it (the deception) and that they may be well pleased with it and that they may earn what they are going to earn, (and it’ll be evil). [Quran 6:113]
Allah says, “ In their hearts is a disease (of doubt & hypocrisy) and Allah increased their disease. [Quran 2:10].
Quran and the guidance of Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) became the weighing factor in my decision making and reasoning and it has changed my approach to life and it’s meaning.
Allah says, “I swear (by Al-Asr) by time (that’s running out). Verily, man is drowning in great loss, with the exception of (a few) those who believe, do good deeds and call on another to the way of truth and counsel one another to patience and perseverance. [Quran 103]

He is aware of all the thoughts unspoken for He is All-Hearing (As-Sami), the All-Seeing (Al-Baseer), and the All-Knowing (Al-Aleem). “And Allah knows what you conceal and what you reveal”. [Quran 16:19]. Instead of valuing your own deceptive conviction, make genuine efforts to strive and discover and understand the truth yourself with a heart full of faith and sincerity.

“O you who have believed, if you are conscious of Allah, He will give you the ability to distinguish right from wrong”. (Quran 8:29).

And remind, for indeed the reminder benefits the believers” (Quran 51:55)
[If you see that one of you has slipped, correct him, pray for him and do not help the shaytan against him by insulting or mocking him- Umar Ibn Al-Khattaab]
He is Al-Hādīy (The Guide). Do not let your previous actions stop you from seeking repentance, know that He is Al-Ghafaar (The repeatedly forgiving). Truly, Allah loves those who turn unto Him in repentance and loves those who purify themselves.

[Quran, 2:222].

the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: “There will come upon the people a time when holding onto the religion will be like holding onto hot coal.”
May Allah guide our boats to find its shore and help us to distinguish between truth and deception.

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