Hina Khan has not let the lockdown get the better of her in these tough times. The actor has lately been very active on social media. Hina has been inspiring fans and followers with her hardcore workout videos urging them to keep up with their fitness regimes. One of the users recently tweeted asking her to ‘upload quality content only’. The actor, however, took the criticism in jest and gave a positive response.
The Twitter user, who claims to be a ‘proud Hinaholic’, had written, “10 freaking million views on Hina’s Reel Video. This is insane @eyehinakhan! Stop posting gym reel & upload quality content only.”
The actor in her reply, gently reminded the user that her videos have inspired millions of fans across
social media. “My dear, You have a right to your views but please note and understand that my choices are mine and mine alone. If you like it you may appreciate it. But my workout videos inspire millions.. so that too is a quality content..may b not for you… Appreciate your love though,” her tweet read.
You have a right to your views but please note and understand that my choices are mine and mine alone.
If you like it you may appreciate it. But my workout videos inspire millions.. so tht too is a quality content..may b not for you.. Appreciate your love though❤️ https://t.co/BF0mWyGQvi
— Hina Khan (@eyehinakhan) July 13, 2020
Hina khan became a household name with the popular serial Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. Her character Akshara won her multiple awards and love from television fans. She also participated in popular reality shows Khatron Ke Khiladi 8 and Bigg Boss 11. Recently, the actor recreated the iconic character of Komolika in the Kasautii Zindagii Kay reboot which began last year. She also made her debut at the Cannes red carpet and featured in films like Hacked and Unlocked.
Recently, during an interview with IANS, Hina opened up about her struggle and discrimination faced by the television actors in the film industry. She said they are still looked down upon by the bigwigs.
Saying actors don’t have a level playing field, she said: “If you are a star and you want to launch your kid, it’s absolutely okay. But, it is not fair when you don’t give an equal chance to outsiders. TV actors hardly make it big in Bollywood, just because we don’t get a fair chance. At least, give us a chance to prove ourselves.”