Make this your homepage
Home > Entertainment
Hina Khan bags 'one of a kind' Indo-Hollywood film
Hina Khan bags 'one of a kind' Indo-Hollywood film

New Delhi, Sep 13 (TIWN) Actress Hina Khan, who made her debut at the Cannes Film Festival this year, has taken her next step in the international market by signing an Indo-Hollywood film, which is based on H.G. Wells' novel "The Country of the Blind".

'Country of Blind' was the first script that Rahat had narrated to me, even before 'Lines'. And I knew I had to do this one," Hina told IANS.     The film is being co-produced by Rahat Kazmi Films and Tariq Khan Productions along with Hiro's Faar Better Films and Turn Key Films (US).  Hina had attended the Cannes fest in May this year for the first look launch event of her film "Lines".  "This project ('Country of Blind') was signed on before Cannes happened, but yes we definitely got international producers on board after my Cannes appearance," said the "Kasautii Zindagii Kay" actress.  "Whatever we have done in this project is a benchmark. Everything in this film is one of a kind. It's always better to lead by example rather than follow. 'Country of Blind' has given our entire team this chance to create something that has never been seen before," she added.  It is being shot in English and Hindi.  "Each language, each culture, each dialect has its own nuances. Initially, it takes a little time to reprogramme oneself, but it's been fabulous. Anyway, the English language is more about Shakespearian English and nowadays, we are all hooked to Netflix and Hollywood, so it's not a foreign terrain," she said when asked about shooting in English.

Add your Comment
Comments (0)

Special Articles

Saumen Sarkar Saumen Sarkar
Anirban Mitra Anirban Mitra