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The beginning of Rabi Pirzada’s ‘Little Thing

Former well-known actress and singer Rabi Pirzada said goodbye to showbiz in November last year and announced to live according to Islamic teachings.

Rabi Pirzada made this announcement at the end of September 2019 when his inappropriate videos were leaked.

Rabi Pirzada had also approached the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) over the leaked Naziba videos, but so far no investigation has been launched into the leaking of his videos.

After saying goodbye to Showbiz, Rabbi Pirzada started living according to Islamic teachings in January 2020 and started sharing videos of taking religious education and at the same time she was seen sharing pictures of her calligraphy.

Rabi Pirzada was later seen reciting hymns and Naat and she used the hashtag ‘Chhoti Si Baat’ every time.

People thought that Rabi Pirzada would do a YouTube program called ‘Chhoti Si Baat’ in which she would be seen giving Islamic teachings.

In her tweet, the actress introduced ‘Chhoti Si Baat’ and gave a link to the website and she introduced a news website with the same name.

Rabi Pirzada’s ‘Chhoti Si Baat’ website introduces sections on current affairs news including education, health, interesting and weird, sports, global and local news and showbiz or live on the website. Entertainment section not introduced.

The website, headed by Rabi Pirzada, will play a role in promoting Islam and its teachings, including current affairs, the agency said in a statement.

Rabi Pirzada claimed in his tweet that there are representatives in all cities of the country for his website.

Initially, the news was introduced in Urdu only.

While Rabi Pirzada tweeted to introduce his website, he also tweeted a post from his fans calling him more beautiful than Halima Sultan, the lead actress of Turkish drama Ertugrul Ghazi.

Rabi Pirzada tweeted a post shared by his fans and wrote that Halima and every girl in Pakistan is dearer than her, at the same time he also thanked the fans.

Rabbi Preezadeh added with a tweet that believe me, honor and disgrace are in the hands of God, not in whites and in the world.

 

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