Meet The Afghan Bruce Lee

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In 2014, a young Afghan man named Abbas Alizada, a resident of the capital, Kabul, became well known on the internet after a photograph of him posing next to a poster of his idol Bruce Lee was posted online. Abbas, now 22, spent his life training to become the next Bruce Lee. He emulates his face, hair, body and, most importantly, also has true martial arts skills in kung fu.
Meet The Afghan Bruce Lee

When he was eight years old he saw the Bruce Lee films and was interested in practicing kung fu. Over the years he perfected his technique and came to realize his resemblance to the great movie star of Hong Kong.
He is known in his country as " Bruce Hazara " in reference to their community, a persecuted ethnic group, the Hazara minority, with traces of Central Asia. With tens of thousands of followers on Twitter and Facebook it's all a local celebrity.
Meet The Afghan Bruce Lee

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Thirty And five years of war devastated the country of Alizada, and so he dreams of a land far away where he could live his


passion.- "I wish I could find my way to Hollywood someday. A movie that Bruce Lee left unfinished at his death in 1973. While waiting for Hollywood stardom, Alizada continues to train hard and take care of his paralyzed father who also dreams of seeing his son fighting on the big screen. Recently the High Horse studios talked to Abbas about his dreams of rescuing himself and his country through the reincarnation of Bruce Lee and his performance and martial arts training. A movie that Bruce Lee left unfinished at his death in 1973. While waiting for Hollywood stardom, Alizada continues to train hard and take care of his paralyzed father who also dreams of seeing his son fighting on the big screen. Recently the High Horse studios talked to Abbas about his dreams of rescuing himself and his country through the reincarnation of Bruce Lee and his performance and martial arts training.

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