Hina Khan is without doubt one of the most profitable personalities in Indian Television. She started her profession with Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai and there was no wanting again. Ever since, she’s been part of many exhibits like Bigg Boss 11, Naagin 5 amongst others. She is at the moment being seen in BB14 as a ‘toofani senior.’
Despite incomes a lot recognition, usually TV stars are divided from movie stars. The respect isn’t the identical. Something related occurred when Hina walked the pink carpet on the Cannes Film Festival final 12 months. A number one editor made a comment that stated, “When did Cannes become Chandivali.”
But Hina Khan is named Sher Khan for a purpose. She held her integrity excessive and all the Industry stood by her. In reality, Priyanka Chopra even launched her to prime personalities internationally.
Talking concerning the bias with TV actors, Hina Khan in an interview with Pinkvilla shared, “Yes, TV is always looked down upon. It’s sad because these are the same people who literally use us and our platform to promote their own projects. TV has the maximum reach. It shows how there’s a lot of classism and class divide that exists between the two industries. TV actors are looked at as mazdoors, they work their a** off, do double shifts every day almost. They always tell us that we act over the top. But that’s the demand of our audience. Give us a chance and let us prove ourselves. We can do the subtle acting, too.”
She additionally spoke about all the Cannes Film Festival row and the way Priyanka Chopra had her again. “I have to give credit to Rocky because it was he who told me that it’s all good, you were right, they are talking about you. You made the noise and that’s what matters.”
Hina Khan remains to be in contact with Priyanka Chopra. The Naagin 5 actress reveals, “She is someone who I always look up to. She treated me so well and it didn’t end there. She is still in touch with me. A lot of Indian designers didn’t want to give me clothes and that was the sad reality. I had to opt for designers abroad and they love me. They are always messaging me and appreciating me. They don’t do these discriminations.”
Well, all’s properly that ends properly. Isn’t it?