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सपने में दिखती थी अपनी धधकती कब्र, सना खान ने फिल्म इंडस्ट्री छोड़ हिजाब पहनने की वजह बताई

Referring to 2019 in her video, Sana Khan said that I still remember the month of Ramadan, the year 2019, when I used to see my own grave in my dream. I could see a burning, burning grave and I could see myself in the grave.

TV’s most controversial reality show Bigg Boss, through which many actors got their career’s second boost. But after Bigg Boss 6, actress Sana Khan, who was seen in Bollywood brother Jaan Salman Khan’s film Jai Ho, surprised everyone by suddenly deciding to quit showbiz in the year 2020. After which she got married to Mufti Anas Sayeed and started the religion’s way. But now, after two years, she has spoken openly about her decision to leave her prosperous career and turn to religious works and wear the hijab.

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Sana Khan and her husband Anas Saeed have recently returned to Mumbai after completing their Haj pilgrimage. Now, in a video, the former actress is seen talking about why she decided to walk away from showbiz. Sana said in my previous life I had everything, name, fame, money. What I wanted, I could do. But even then, one thing was missing from my life. It was the peace in my heart. It was like I had everything, but why am I not happy? It was very hard and there were days of depression. Then Allah sent me signs. I have given my message.

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Referring to 2019 in her video, Sana Khan said that I still remember the month of Ramadan, the year 2019, when I used to see my own grave in my dream. I could see a burning, burning grave and I could see myself in the grave. I thought it was a sign that Allah is giving me that if I don’t change, this is my end. , This worried me a little. I still remember that change. I used to listen to all the inspirational Islamic speeches and one night I read something very beautiful. Sana said: “The message says you don’t want your last day to be your first day wearing hijab. This is something that touched me very deeply.” I started to cry. I woke up the next morning, it was my birthday. I had bought many scarves before. I put on the cap, put on the scarf and told myself that I would never take it off again.

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