Hina Khan’s Latest Reel Is Giving All Reasons To Fall In Love With Her All Over Again

Hina Khan is the one to walk with trends hand-in-hand be it fashion or reels for the gram and here’s something new


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Hina Khan hopped into the train of gram trend once again and posted a slo-mo video for showing why would someone fall in love with her. The video is shot amidst bright blue sky and beautiful green grass and Hina looks absolutely gorgeous in her basic flaunting her well toned body. The actress lookes absolutely stunning doing hair flips, jumps and her stunning smile.

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The video has already hit over a million views and the views are increasing tremendously. The actress is seen wearing a black tee with blocked blue flared jeans with white shoes. Keeping it bright is her makeup and her hair is sleek with a middle partition.

Hina always entertains her fans with every new reel trend which takes over the gram. Some aire the famous one where she gets hit by a chappal, and the Hello my name is Zuzzie where she looked absolutely adorable.

The actress also recently paid her condolences to the untimely death of Sidharth Shukla as she wasn’t in Mumbai and was shooting for her upcoming projects and also shared a fan made video which captured her time at Bigg Boss season where Sidharth and Hina stayed together for two weeks. They had their tiffs kn camera but off the lens they were really good friends and also highlighted how during Hina’s father’s death late Sidharth’s sweet message instantly uplifted her mood and made her feel good.

The actress came to limelight with her character Akshara in Yeh Rishta kya kehlata hai which is still running on television. However the actress took an exit a couple of years ago from the show for the new leads to take over. The actress will now be seen making a comeback in the serial as Akshara which will add a new plot twist to the whole story bringing it back to number one once again.

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