‘Support your stars’: Imam-ul-Haq supports Hasan Ali after his dance video draws criticism
Imam said that we often overlook the fact that celebrities do have a personal life.
Recently, a dance video of Pakistani fast bowler Hassan Ali surfaced on social media and went viral. The old dance video, from the times of the World Cup 2019, drew intense criticism from cricket lovers.
Well done Hasan Ali pic.twitter.com/GBuXdKgIUh
— Dr. Rihab khan (@DrRihabOfficial) June 16, 2020
Imam-ul-Haq, Pakistani cricketer and Hassan’s colleague, stepped forward and took to Twitter to appreciate Hassan Ali’s performance throughout his career and insisted that people need to support their stars.
Leading wicket taker in #CT2017
ODI Top spot in just 17 months from debut
Three fifers in first 30 games
More power to you champ @RealHa55an, you will rock the arena again.
— Imam Ul Haq (@ImamUlHaq12) June 18, 2020
Hassan is currently not part of the team because of his back injury. However, the 24-year-old left-handed batsman, Imam, seemed optimistic about Hassan Ali’s return on the field as a champion.
We often overlook the fact that celebrities do have a personal life. If that affects their performance in their profession, only then do people have a right to criticize them.
People should remember that Hassan Ali became the fastest bowler for Pakistan to take 50 wickets in ODIs in terms of the number of matches played, in 2017.
The same year, he bagged the most wickets in ODIs by any bowler, with 45 dismissals, and was named the Pakistan Cricket Board’s Emerging Player of the Year. Hassan finished 2017 as the top-ranked fast bowler in the ICC Player Rankings in ODI cricket.
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