Popular TV fame and Bigg Boss 11 contestant Hina Khan has been gearing up to mark her Bollywood debut with Vikram Bhatt film Hacked. The actress won hearts with her performance on television and is now busy promoting her upcoming film Hacked. During the promotions of the film, Khan opened up about her transition to B-town and spoke in brief about the obstacles she suffered. In an interview, the Hacked actress spoke on how she faced a lot because of the tag of a television actor.
As Hina Khan is set to mark her Bollywood debut with the film Hacked, the actress opened up about the difficulties she faced in Bollywood and called out the class system in the film industry. In an interview with PTI, Hina opened up about how she was a victim of the class system in the film industry where the big designers or the production banners judged her many times because of her TV background. She added that people from the industry do not even give TV actors the opportunity and mentioned how TV actors are equally talented. Also Read: Hacked: Hina Khan Shares A Horrifying Tale Of Her Real-Life Stalker Who 'Threatened To Slit His Wrist'
Talking on the topic further, Hina shared that she does not know if one film can make a difference for her, and mentioned that it is because it is tough to get noticed. Khan added that because of the tag of a TV actor she has faced a lot and shared how people told her things like, “You are a television actor, you won’t be able to pull off the character.”
For the unversed, Hina Khan rose to fame with her Star Plus show Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai and quickly turned a household name with her acting skills. Meanwhile, apart from Hina Khan, Hacked also features Rohan Shah, Mohit Malhotra and Sid Makkar in pivotal roles. The film is slated for a February 7, 2020 release and will clash at the box-office with Mohit Suri’s Malang and Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s Shikara.
Image source: Instagram/ Hina Khan
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