Hina Khan, the daily soap queen has been making a lot in the entertainment world. Right from making several flings on the small screen, the talented actress has even made entry into the Bollywood and now here comes in her Indo-Hollywood delivery which is a must to be checked out. Sharing the first look of her upcoming film titled, The Country of the Blind, which she described as her first ‘Indo-Hollywood’ project, the actress expressed her joy.
The film is reported to be based on the book by HG Wells with the same name and Hina will be portraying the role of a blind girl named Gosha.
Taking on to her Instagram account, Hina introduced her character by sharing a series of stills from the film. While the first picture shows her character in a close-up, the other pictures show reveals her dressed in an animal hide and wielding a rustic bow and arrow.
Check out Hina’s post here:
As per a chat with a media house, Hina revealed about her sessions when she attended a blind school workshop for preparing for her role, which she call 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.”
Hina has also made her debut in films with Lines, the poster of which was unveiled at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival earlier this year.
In an interview with another media platform, Hina Khan shared her choice of movies and narrated how most girls, aspiring to be actresses, look for roles in commercial movies.
She further added, “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.”
The Country of The Blind is being directed by Rahat Kazmi and will be jointly produced by Rahat Kazmi Films and Tariq Khan Productions, Hiro’s Faar Better Films & Turn Key Films (USA).