Hina Khan is one stunner both on and off screen. She made her acting debut as Akshara in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai and went on to become a household name with the role. She left the show after a couple of years and is dabbling in other genres and platforms such as films and web series. Hina recently made a guest appearance on Jay Soni, Hiba Nawab and Shruti Rawat starrer Bhaag Bakool Bhaag. The actress had to use a body double for a stunt in the show, the video clip of which turned out to be so hilarious that even Hina couldn’t stop laughing at it.
Have a dekko here:
I guess @ColorsTV got too carried away with the body double hahahahaha ?
Apparently, I also changed my shoes while jumping around on an empty road..lol
It’s superrr funny .. keep’em coming ..
I love it .. ??? https://t.co/ZcQPiU7DuB
Meanwhile, Hina opened up on pay cuts and non-payment of dues in an interview a couple of days ago. The lockdown has had a terrible effect on the economy. “This is absolutely bizarre that such things are happening. I know there is this one show where the cast and crew are reaching out for help, it is so sad. The producers should at least give them half the payment. I understand that even they are in crisis, but then they were the ones to take the risk, we are not the risk-takers,” she told Pinkvilla.
She went on to talk about producers not paying the actors their dues for ages. “For me, if a producer has found me, it is their duty to deliver the remuneration they have signed me for, and it is my duty to deliver in my performance and the working hours. If I have delivered my part, they need to deliver their part. If tomorrow, that show would have been doing extremely well, it is not like they would have given a share of the profits to the actors, then how can they expect them to wait for this long? I understand the crisis, but when you take the risk of becoming a producer, you have to have your risks calculated, you have to keep an amount separate in case things don’t work out. But they don’t do it. Why can’t they calculate their risk? Turning a producer is a huge responsibility and they need to pay their dues,” she added.