Ali Fazal is seen creating quite a stir in Hollywood after he appeared in Hollywood projects such as Fast & Furious 7 and Victoria & Abdul. Ali is also currently working alongside Gal Gadot in the latest adaptation of Agastya Christie’s book Death on the Nile, which is directed by Kenneth Branagh. Ali who turned a year older on Tuesday, Gal and his co-star Annette Bening took him out for an impromptu dinner post-shoot.
No doubt Ali was floored by this gesture and took to social media to share pictures and in a sweet and rather humbling note thanked them for the wonderful birthday surprise. He wrote, “And the Birthday ended on a sweet and very co incidental plan manifested at this cute little place with some of my wonderful co actors #annettebening @gal_gadot . Thanks for that video Gal, i literally blew the light out of that frame. Also with me was maah dear friend aditya desai and sonali cozied up in a booth near the fire. i wana thank alll my friends and fans from across the globe who poured in with the wishes. I wish everyone wisdom in these dark times – words are often thrown about like shredded paper and so i ask of you to stop and ponder on the ones you use in lets say one day. They can change the world . I kid you not. My two bits. HAVE A GREAT OCTOBER . (I mean i’ll stil post its just.. sounded like a nice end so oct isnt over ???? ) bye.”
Apart from the birthday bash, Ali also stated that he considered his birthday gift received earlier this year after he met his idol, Hollywood actor Al Pacino. The two were seen attending the screening of The Irishman at the London Film Festival. Talking about the same he said, “It has been a lifelong journey to finally arrive at this moment when I got to meet the man himself. My friends Vijay and Aalaap, and I used to fill up the walls of our hostel room with posters of the movies that we would like to watch. Over the years, I watched each and every film on that list. And that day, I could not believe that I was meeting those very actors whom I had seen while growing up.”