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Why I Stopped Kissing, Hugging in Movies – Nollywood Actor

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Popular Kannywood Actor, Ali Nuhu had revealed why he stopped kissing and hugging in Nigeria movies.

According to the actor he stopped the acts of kissing and hugging in movies due to his religion.

He noted that Islam forbid it, while speaking in an Interview with BBC Hausa yesterday.

I come from the North, and I’m a Muslim. My culture and religion does not allow for that, so I stopped acting in scenes like that. People talk about it all over but I personally think it out as an ambassador of my culture and religion. and stopped,” he said.

Nuhu has acted in many movies in Nollywood and was the first Kannywood actor to have made an impact in Nollywood movies.

He has acted alongside top actors like Ramsey Noah, Segun Arinze, Genevieve Nnaji, Ini Edo and many others in movies like Last Flight to Abuja, Blood and Henna, Ojukokoro, Banana Island Ghost, Millions and many others.

The 44-year-old Kano-born actor celebrated his 20 years in the entertainment industry in 2019.

He wrote, “It hasn’t been easy in the last 20 years, but thanks to Allah, it has been possible. I appreciate all my friends, colleagues and family who have been there for me all through. To everyone who celebrates me, you mean a lot to me and may Allah grant me a way to pay back,”

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