She even took to Instagram and shared the poster and wrote, "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".
Undoubtedly, Salman's answer to the question was quite confusing. "I don't understand what he was trying to mean - whether Cannes is Chandivali or Chandivali has gone to Cannes?". "Cannes is Chandivali or has Chandivali has gone to Cannes?"
The Indian TV star, wearing a grey shimmery gown with a modest train, totally owned with her superb first appearance at the Film Festival. Hina's film "Lines" is making its debut at the festival and the actress was accompanied by her boyfriend Rocky Jaiswal.
Replying to the editor's comment on her, Hina had earlier tweeted, "I was persistent, I am constant and I will be efficient again and again and again". When he was told that the magazine editor had commented something to the effect of "Cannes has become Chandivali", Salman had an epic reaction. Those who know me well enough will agree that I'm inclusive and always appreciative of talent. And thank you for your good wishes. wish you the same. Soon after her pictures came out, it went viral all over the internet garnering praises. She completed the look with her hair tied back, minimal make-up and nude pink lips.