Hina Khan who rose to fame after starring in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai went on to feature in some high-rated shows like Bigg Boss 11 and Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2. Before even entering the tinsel town, she marked her presence at the Cannes Film Festival, looking statuesque on the red carpet. The actress is currently one of the leading actresses in Television and now gearing up to take over Bollywood too as she is coming on the big screens with Vikram Bhatt’s Hacked. Only yesterday, the makers of the film have dropped the official trailer and it looks fierce, full of thrill and will keep you gripped throughout the trailer. As the trailer is now available online, Hina, as a routine tradition, has stepped out in the city for the promotion of Hacked.
For the outing, Hina Khan opted for a pristine white one-sided off-shoulder dress. With bare minerals and her hair swept in one side, the actress looked a vision in white. However, she finished her look with a tinge of yellow in it which is her yellow earrings that is grabbing all our attention. She played a bit safe by choosing multi-colour strappy heels instead of bold red stilettos that would have done wonders to her look. As she stepped at Zee Music office, Hina gleefully posed for the shutterbugs to click. Check out her picture below: ALSO READ: Hacked Trailer Review: Hina Khan Is Pure Genius In This Thrilling Story; Lady's Life Is Hacked By An Obsessive Lover
Talking about Hacked, the film is about a 19-year-old kid who is obsessed with Hina Khan who plays a high profile businesswoman. Rohan Shah who plays the obsessive and abusive boy stalks her on the Internet and pulls out all her private data with her boyfriend and tries to blackmail her. He hacks Hina’s life.
The film is slated to release on February 7, 2020, clashing with Disha Patani, Aditya Roy Kapur, Anil Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu starrer Malang.
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