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Hina Khan turns heads with her gorgeous look, we can’t take our eyes off her!

Hina Khan got to stardom with her debut program Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, and her character ‘Akshara’ is still remembered by fans. She is a television fashion icon who never fails to surprise her followers with her excellent fashion sense. Now and then, she dazzles her fans with drool-worthy photos. The actress recently uploaded a couple of photos of herself in ethnic attire on Instagram, and she looked stunning.

Hina Khan wore a traditional sharara suit set and she looked so enchanting. She ended her look with big earrings and beautiful makeup. Her hair was also on point. While sharing the pictures, she wrote, “Kashmir ki kali”. As soon as she posted the photos, her fans rushed to shower love on her as they dropped sweet comments in the comment section. A fan wrote, “Wow.” Another user commented, “Mash’allah.” A fan also commented, “Beautiful.” They also dropped red heart emoticons in the comment section.


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On the work front, Hina Khan is all set to essay the role of a strong police officer Radhika Shroff in Adeeb Rais’ new series ‘Seven One’. Hina communicated with IANS, “I thoroughly enjoyed this process of playing a cop. The approach was as real as it gets with real locations. I didn’t have any makeup on and didn’t have to think for a bit about what I am going to wear or how I am going to look. Because I was playing the character as a real-life cop. And also I think actors are like sponges.”

She has acted in a number of television shows, including Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, Naagin, and Kasautii Zindagii Kay. She’s also appeared in Bigg Boss and Khatron Ke Khiladi, two reality shows. She came in second place on Bigg Boss 11, which was hosted by Salman Khan.

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