Hina Khan is one of the leading ladies of small screen. The actress became a household name for her stint of Akshara in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. She shot for the show for eight years and is still popularly called as Akshara by many. After she left the show, she was seen in quite a few reality shows, where people got to see a different side of the actress. Currently, she is riding high on the success of her recently launched debut music video, Bhasoodi. But it seems she has come a long way and has forgotten her past stints.
While speaking about it to Hindustan Times, the actress said, “I don’t even remember. I swear. Everybody knows that I have this problem of forgetting everything. I don’t remember anything. I actually don’t remember anything about my show which I did for eight years. Isn’t it strange? This is how I am in real life. I move on very easily.”
Post Bigg Boss, people have seen a completely different Hina. Speaking about it to HT, she said, “People saw me in a different light. I got a lot of appreciation about how I look. I knew this is a change for me. Bigg Boss is a game-show and everyone plays their game. Everyone calls everyone everything. Couple of people were sitting in Bigg Boss and we said that the day we step out of it, we forget everything, and we stick to that. We have no malice for anybody, we wish everyone well, but then it’s our individual choice who do we want to gel with. I am connected with my friends in the show. The other day I met Priyanka Sharma and Luv Tyagi. Vikas Gupta is in touch.” She further added, “There is a lot of difference. People look differently at me, they have a lot of expectations from me. I got style icon awards, I was given the HT Most Stylish award. That happened like on the second day I was out of the Bigg Boss house.”
Currently, the actress is rumoured to be playing the role of Komolika in Ekta Kapoor’s Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2. It will surely be a treat to watch Hina in a completely different avatar. However, we don’t really know whether to appreciate or dislike this ‘forgetting’ tendency of Hina.