One Day I Will Share a Picture Holding My Own Oscar: Hina Khan

Hina Khan shared a photo with Oscar-winning producer Mark Bachet.

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Hina Khan with Oscar-winning producer Mark Bachet.
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Hina Khan recently took to Instagram to share a photo with Oscar-winning producer Mark Bachet. She wrote, “ Meeting mark reassured me more than ever to the fact that being humble and inclusive is the trademark attribute of success.
And for the language of Cinema Oscars is like a dictionary, it defines everything!
I grew Years in just a few moments when I met the oscar winner producer Mark Bachet for (No Mans Land) and this experience is worth a lifetime. Thank you for giving me an opportunity to hold your Oscar (wish I could share the picture) no worries I will share a picture holding my own Oscar one day (inshallah)
Thank you Mark for you kind words, hope to work with you soon”.

Hina also expressed her dream to win an Oscar some day.

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Meeting mark reassured me more than ever to the fact that being humble and inclusive is the trademark attribute of success. And for the language of Cinema Oscars is like a dictionary, it defines everything! I grew Years in just a few moments when I met the oscar winner producer Mark Bachet for (No Mans Land) and this experience is worth a lifetime. Thank you for giving me an opportunity to hold your Oscar😬 (wish I could share the picture) no worries I will share a picture holding my own Oscar one day (inshallah) #DreamBig #WeCanDreamAtleast #LetsLeaveTheRestToAlmighty Thank you Mark for you kind words, hope to work with you soon🤗 and thank you @rahatkazmi for introducing me to him.

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Hina Khan also shared a video, wherein she shows all Mark’s awards and certificates. We also see Mark Bachet waving at the team.

After turning heads with her rocking red carpet appearance at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival, actor Hina Khan had unveiled the poster of her debut film Lines. The film is set in the backdrop of the Kargil War.

Hina took to Instagram to give us a glimpse into her character Nazia. “Emotions don’t change because of the borders in between, the life and plight of Nazia is a simple portrayal of any girl who faces the magnitude of ordinary challenges in a not so ordinary story. #Lines is my debut in films. I hope you all love it as much we loved it.This is the first look launched at Cannes and an official poster which depicts more than a poster can!”, she wrote.

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