Actor Hina Khan says she’s prepared for brand new challenges in life and all set to play some troublesome roles. The actor, who rose to fame together with her girl-next-door picture in Start Plus’ present Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, went on to do a adverse position in Kasautii Zindagii Kay. Hina performed the position of Komolika in the present and her efficiency was broadly appreciated. However, looks like she needs to do extra adverse characters. Also Read – Mirzapur Season 3: Kaleen Bhaiya, Munna Tripathi Are Brothers? Latter Not Dead, Will Be Back To Avenge Guddu?
The actor, in her newest interview with Mid-Day, talked about that she is eager to do a Mirzapur-like position. Hina stated that she needs to take up a UP-based position just like the characters in the favored Amazon Prime Video collection. “I would like to play a character that is similar to Mirzapur. I want to do something totally out-and-out no-fashion with a typical accent that’s based in UP,” she was quoted as saying. Also Read – Mirzapur Star Priyanshu Painyuli And Wife Vandana Joshi Look Drenched in Love at Their Wedding Party – See Pics
Hina added that she has performed the position of a village lady in the previous and she or he wants to be a a part of one thing large to present her capabilities to the viewers. She defined, “Although I have worked in a short film where I played a village girl, I would like to do something really big to show people that I can carry this look and character as well. I won’t mind working in such a film or a web show. I am not restricted to anything, I am ready for any challenge.” Also Read – The Pankaj Tripathi Interview – Honest, Candid, And Truly Inspiring | Exclusive
Hina was final seen in Hacked and Unlock. Her new slate of tasks is but to be revealed. Would you want to see her taking part in a half in the Mirzapur-series?
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