Hina Khan was in her scintillating form setting up the temperatures on a high while she walked the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival. "Cannes has suddenly become Chandivali Studios kya?" the magazine editor had posted in his Instagram story.
Even though he has clarified that the post has been misconstrued, celebs from both the TV industry and Bollywood stood in support of Hina. "My promise. A proud outsider from my Chandivali studio". "I wish you continued success". We all are with you girl.
At the Zinda song's launch event today, when asked what he has to speak about the same, the actor sarcastically said, "That's very responsible of the editor to make a comment like that... that's very thoughtful of him to comment on Hina. And #jiteshpillai If you can't say anything nice pls be gracious to not pass such snide remarks". Hina Khan who hails from the television industry, has been grabbing everyone's attention of late as the actress has made her grand appearance at the Cannes Film Festival, 2019. She completed the look with her hair tied back, minimal make-up and nude pink lips. Lines is a tragic love story set in Kashmir during the times of Kargil war.
Karanvir Bohra took to his Instagram handle to share the post and slammed the editor.
Lines is produced by Rahat Kazmi, Tariq Khan, Zeba Sajid and co-produced by Jayant Jaiswal's Hiro Faar Better Films.
The 72nd edition of Cannes International Film Festival began on May 14 and will continue until May 25. The film also features veteran actor Farida Jalal.
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