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She’s a fire, don’t play with her: Hina Khan is too savage to handle

Hina Khan never misses a chance to show off her sassy, savage side. She is a class, which is evident from her grace and beauty.

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New Delhi: Hina Khan never misses a chance to show off her sassy, savage side. She is a class, which is evident from her grace and beauty. She is a social media enthusiast and keeps updating her fans with the daily activities in her life.

Today, once again she set the internet on fire with her video with a savage message. In the video, Hina Khan is seen wearing a black crop top paired with a loose blue shirt. She opted for a white striped high waist trouser and kept her curly tresses open.

Sharing the video, she captioned it, “Ends in A and sounds like Aaaaa..She’s fire 🔥 And Don’t play with Fire 🔥 You will burn your hands 🙌.” The audio in the background says “if her name ends with A but sounds like Aaaa…be careful..”

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Recently, Hina Khan was enjoying her vacation in Phuket. She posted a lot of amazing pictures from the city. From beautiful locales to drooling delicacies, she gave us glimpses of all of them.

Hina Khan has appeared in Hindi television and films. She is well known for playing the role of Akshara in Star Plus: Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai and Komolika in Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2.

In 2017, she participated in the reality shows Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 8 and Bigg Boss 11 and emerged as the runner-up in both. Hina Khan auditioned for Sony TV’s singing reality show Indian Idol where she managed to be in the top 30 in 2008.

Also Read: Hina Khan enjoys delicious meals on her Phuket vacay, PICS

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