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Hina Khan’s father passes away due to cardiac arrest



Hina Khan’s father passes away due to cardiac arrest

Television actress Hina Khan is going through a tough phase as she lost her father. The Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai actress’ father passed away due to cardiac arrest on Tuesday. The actress was extremely close to her father as she often posted pictures and videos with him. It is further added that Hina Khan is not in the town at the moment owing to her professional reasons. ​The actress along with Shaheer Sheikh is shooting for a new music video. Currently they are in Srinagar for the same. 

The duo has been sharing pics together as they head for Kashmir Valley for their collaboration. Taking to her social media handle, the actress shared a glimpse of some fun moments she had along with her music video co-star Shaheer on their way to Srinagar. In one of the pictures, the two are seen posing in front of a food joint, while in others, they are seen laughing and having a great time. “What’s the surprise @shaheernsheikh,” she wrote in her caption.

The actress also took the COVID-19 test after she attended Manish Malhotra’s Lakme Fashion Week show which had Kartik and Kiara Advani as show stoppers. Soon after Kartik Aaryan was tested positive for the novel coronavirus, Hina made sure to take the test. She went live on her Instagram account to share her medical report and thanked her fans for their constant support and care. Hina also shared that she has been tested negative for COVID-19.

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On the professional front, Hina had recently made the headlines for her latest song Bedard wherein she was seen sharing the screen with Stebin Ben. Hina last starred in the web series Damaged 2 and the movie Wish List, which she produced herself.

Recently, Hina Khan walked the ramp at Lakme Fashion Week for designers Abhishek and Vinita. Lakme Fashion Week 2021 was the first-ever edition of the digital fashion week, done in the collaboration with FDCI. It was a five-day event, which commenced on March 16. 

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