Hina Khan on her Cannes 2022 red carpet look: Felt satisfied with overall experience
Earlier, Hina called out the ‘elitist system’ for not being invited to the opening ceremony of the India Pavilion at Cannes 2022.
Unlike her maiden Cannes red carpet appearance, television actress Hina Khan says she was better prepared second time at the prestigious film festival. She said that her team did a lot of research about her look and it was a satisfying experience.
Recently, the Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai actress walked the ramp at the Ahmedabad Times Fashion Week. During the media interaction, she opened up about her experience of attending Cannes 2022 after a two-year gap due to a pandemic. “As compared to 2019, everything was more decked up and that was expected. Aisa lag raha tha ki koi mela chal raha hai udhar! People couldn’t go and watch the world cinema for two years and so, everyone was really keen to attend it this time. There were so many people on the red carpet this time! Many people who attend the festival regularly told me that they haven’t seen anything like this before. Everyone had a great time and it was a fun experience,”she told Etimes.
Hina’s big red carpet debut at Cannes was in 2019. This time, the actress made gorgeous appearances at the French Rivera where she launched the poster of her second film Country Of Blind . Talking about her stunning red carpet looks, she said, “I was better prepared this time and I knew what I was going to do there. Even in 2019, I received a lot of love for my red carpet appearance and it had added to my popularity in a big way. This time, we did a lot of research and preparation about what I was going to wear and how I was going to present myself. We put in a lot of effort and I felt satisfied with the overall experience.”
Earlier, Hina called out the ‘elitist system’ for not being invited to the opening ceremony of the India Pavilion at Cannes 2022. Celebrities like Deepika Padukone , Nawazuddin Siddiqui , Pooja Hegde , Tamannaah Bhatia, Urvashi Rautela , singer Mame Khan , and others were part of the event. She said an elitist attitude still existed especially against television stars such as herself.