- Saqib Khan left the showbiz due to religious reasons.
- Saqib wrote on Instagram that he will not be modelling or acting in the future.
- This isn’t the first time a personality has left the entertainment industry to pursue a religious path.
Saqib Khan, a contestant on Roadies Revolution, has chosen to leave show business due to religious reasons. In a lengthy Instagram update, the former reality show contestant announced that he would no longer be acting or modelling. “Hope you all doing well,” he said as he revealed his departure from the entertainment industry. The aim of today’s post is to make an announcement about my exit from the entertainment industry. As a result, I won’t be modelling or acting in the future.” Saqib clarified in his post that his decision was not based on a lack of work. On the contrary, he was working on a number of “good projects.”
According to an excerpt from Saqib Khan’s article, “Aisa nahi hai ki kaam nahi tha mere paas or I gave up! I had a lot of good projects lined up. Allah ki marzi nahi thi, bus. Zarur kuch achaa aur behtar Allah ne soncha hoga mere liye zarur kuch achaa aur behtar Allah ne soncha hoga mere liye”
In his post, he also mentioned that he had his share of struggles in Mumbai, but that he “survived” and “achieved a good fame and fan following” (his words). He wrote on his Instagram post, “As far as I’ve seen the struggle in Mumbai, it’s very difficult to survive.” He added, ” I am proud to say that I have a strong fan base in less than a year.”
Saqib Khan apologised at the end of his letter. The ex- Roadies Revolution contestant wrote on his post, “I sincerely apologise to those I have hurt, whether intentionally or unintentionally.”
In the TV reality show Roadies Revolution, Saqib Khan was a member of Prince Narula’s gang. In the first round of elimination, though, he was voted out. The show was hosted by Rannvijay Singha. Gang leaders included Neha Dhupia, Nikhil Chinapa, and Varun Sood. The show was won by Hamid Barkzi. Previously, actors such as Zaira Wasim and Sana Khan had left the industry due to religious reasons.