'There Is A Class System In The Film Industry' - Hina Khan Talks About Being Discriminated For Her TV Background

Sukriti Gumber , 06 Feb 2020
Hina Khan (Source: Instagram | @realhinakhan)
Hina Khan (Source: Instagram | @realhinakhan)

Hina Khan is breaking barriers with every step she is taking in her career. After years of portraying Akshara in Ye Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, she played a negative role in Kasautii Zindagi Kay and also won fans’ hearts in Bigg Boss 11.

The actress is now making her Bollywood debut in Vikram Bhatt‘s psychological thriller, Hacked and we are very happy to see her achieving this milestones. However, good things come to those who hustle and Hina did just that.

She recently told PTI about facing obstacles on her way to stardom, TV actors getting sidelined in the film industry and lots more.

Here’s what she said:

There is a class system in the film industry. Be it anything – the big designers or the productions banners. I have been judged so many times because of my TV background. People from the industry don’t even give us opportunity. We are equally talented. When it comes to Bollywood and all the ‘biggies’ out there, one really needs to prove themselves at another level.

She further said:

I don’t know if one film can make a difference because it is tough to get noticed. I have faced a lot because of the tag of a TV actor. People told me things like, “You are a television actor, you won’t be able to pull off the character”.

You go, girl! Wishing you all the best for Hacked.

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