Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2: Will Hina Khan Return As 'Komolika'? Here's What She Says As 3 Actresses In Race For The Role!
'Hacked' actress Hina Khan, who's next film, a Indo-Hollywood film 'Country Of Blind' announced on Wednesday in which she plays a blind girl hunter, confirms she will not be returning to 'Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2' as 'Komolika' due to her film projects
During her latest interview over 'Country of Blind', Hina was asked if she will be back on the show anytime soon?
Hina replied to TOI: "Currently, I am busy with my movie projects and I don’t think that I will be a part of the show anytime soon. But, you never know what the future has in store for you."
Hina Khan as 'Komolika' in 'Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2' (Pic: Star Plus)
Hina did leave it open-ended though but chances are bleak that she returns in KZK in future.
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Hina's 'Lines' was screened at Cannes Film Festival 2019 where she also made her Red Carpet debut and remained in headlines for weeks to follow. t for her second film titled 'Wish List' directed by Rahat Kazmi opposite UK-based actor Jitendra Rai in Europe post her rocking Cannes Red Carpet appearance. She also shot for another short film opposite Vivan Bhatena called 'Soulmate' early this year for which she bid goodbye to her long tresses. Apart from her Vikram Bhatt film, Hina had mentioned about her International project earlier and which now turns out to be 'Country of Blind' for which Hina shot in the months of June-July without revealing details.[Hina Khan gears up for her next film shoot, gets hair colored and shared her new look!].
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The film titled Country of Blind, based on the very popular book by H.G.Wells, is directed by Rahat Kazmi and has been shot in the Himalayas and is a story set in the 1800s about the inhabitants of a valley who have no vision and yet are living a fulfilled and secluded life without any attachments to the outside world.
Talking about her movie choices, Hina told TOI, “Most girls, who want to become film actresses, look for roles in commercial movies. But every actress can’t wait forever to land a role opposite a big Bollywood actor. Also, I think that it’s important to be part of a film that has scope for you to perform. That is the reason I chose to debut with 'Lines', and now, I’m doing 'The Country of The Blind'.”
To prep for her role, Hina attended a blind school workshop, which , she says, was a great learning experience. “Eyes are our window to the world, but I also feel that when God takes away something, he blesses you with many other things. These individuals are capable of achieving so much more than others,” says the actress.
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