Hina Khan Responds To A Twitter User Asking Her Why She Wrote Dad And 'His' Family', And Why Not 'My Family’ In Her Tweet

Hina Khan has an emotional reason as to why she wrote 'dad and his family' as opposed to 'my family' in her Tweet

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Hina Khan Responds To A Twitter User Asking Her Why She Wrote Dad And 'His' Family', And Why Not 'My Family’ In Her Tweet
TV actress Hina Khan lost her father Aslam Khan due to cardiac arrest, leaving her and her family shattered. Days after her father’s sad demise, she chose to reply to some of the condolence messages that also included Rubina Dilaik’s condolence message as well, where she wrote her dad and his family. Now referring to this particular way of writing one of the netizens asked why she did not write my family. The Naagin actress has an emotional explanation to it. Her reply must have got all the readers emotional as well. She mentioned he liked to address it that way.

While the user’s Tweet read, “I'm sorry for out of topic comment. Just wanted to know, why is it tweeted as dad and 'his' family...Why not my family?” Hina’s reply to this Tweet read, “Becoz we love to be called as #HisFamily This is how he used to introduce us ever since we were born.. He loved the fact that we are his family, his children, his wife Aslam Khan's family. We are his flesh and blood. This house is his house, he is everywhere...Forever #HisFamily.”

Take a look at Hina’s reply below-


After her father’s death she thanked everyone for their love and support and informed her fans of taking a break from social media. ALSO READ: Hina Khan’s Father Passes Away: Throwback Video Of Father-Daughter's Happy Moments From Their Family Vacation Goes Viral- WATCH

Hina shared a close bond with her father. Hina had once shared how her father was the only person very supportive of her and let her try her hands at acting. Hina recently tested positive for COVID-19.




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