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Why I Dumped Music For Acting >> 17/11/2017
« on: November 17, 2017, 06:52:31 PM »
Prominent Kannywood actor, Abdul Shareef, has told PREMIUM Instances HAUSA why he dumped music to embrace acting.

The actor, whose brother, Umar Shareef, is a well known Kannywood singer, mentioned his foray into acting was by sheer providence.

"I have always loved film generating and acting. I worked my way into the Kannywood film industry in 2012 without having my brother_s influence. Several individuals believed I would come to be a renowned singer like my brother. I am not beneath any compulsion to come to be a musician. Although I had a stint in music, acting remains my 1st really like."

Hassana Dalhat, a Kannywood film promoter also spoke highly of Abdul in an interview with PREMIUM Occasions Hausa.

He mentioned, "When Abdul Shareef featured in his initially movie five years ago it was a shocker for lots of of us. We all believed Abdul would turn into a musician like his brother, but he has confirmed that he is a born actor."

The 33-year-old actor also opened up about his acting career.

"I have been functioning as a crew member, screenwriter and a movie producer before I became an actor. My dream is to perform really hard and be counted among the very best actors in Kannywood. Acting was tasking at first but I am now utilized to it.

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