Hina Khan: There is a bouquet or variety that I would like to present to my viewers

Updated: Jan 16, 2020, 08:39 IST | IANS | Mumbai

Hina Khan talks about her digital debut, Damaged 2, Bollywood debut, Hacked, and why she doesn't want to stick to just one medium for acting!

Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Hina Khan
Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Hina Khan

Actress Hina Khan has just made her digital debut on the web series Damaged 2 and is all set for her Bollywood debut with Vikram Bhatt's Hacked next month. Having carved her space as a star on television in the past, she feels her career is on the right path.

"I think I am on the right path because I always say that there has to be a bouquet or variety that I would like to present to my viewers. That is why I make sure I don't stick to just television or films," said Hina at a promotional event for Damaged 2 in Mumbai.

"Although I am going to make my Hindi film debut on February 7, it is important to also be in the digital space because that is what people love nowadays. People want to watch you everywhere on their cellphone, downloading the app," said Hina.

Damaged is a psychological crime drama. Season 1 featured Amruta Khanvilkar as the lead actress, who won a lot of appreciation for her role of a serial killer.

On her role in Damaged 2, Hina said: "There is always a debut in whatever you do. Whether it's a film, a television show or anything else. I feel if something good is offered to you that is already a brand, why wouldn't you take the opportunity? Damaged 1 did really well." The director of the web-series is Ekant Babani and it has started streaming on Hungama Play from January 14.

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