Hyderabadi actor-filmmaker Adnan Sajid Khan who is popularly known as Gullu Dada on Tuesday announced his decision to quit the film industry. He made the announcement through a long note on his Facebook handle exactly after 14 years on the date of his first movie release.

He stated that he had been considering giving up acting for two months before making his announcement officially.

Sajid expressed his gratitude to his fans saying, “No matter how much I thank you for the love and respect you have given to me all these years, it’s very less… I’m a very lucky artist from Hyderabad. From children, mothers, sisters, and elderly people of the house who gave love, prayers, and blessings, I will be thankful to everyone in my life.”

Sajid said that because of the popularity he gained from acting, and the prayers and blessings of the elderly, he could start his restaurant “Gullu Dada’s Biryani” and is running the start-up successfully by the grace of Allah.

He further said that he will continue to entertain his fans on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Sajid began his career as a stage vocalist in the 1990s before moving on to acting in 2007. He is among the most well-known actors in Deccani cinema.

He received his first breakthrough as that of an actor in RK Mama’s “FM Fun Aur Masti,” wherein he portrayed a local don named Gullu Dada and rose to popularity as a result of the character.
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