Hina Khan’s ‘Genda Phool’ Dance Moves Go Viral

Hina Khan’s Genda Phool Dance Moves:

Hina Khan’s seductive dance moves on Jacqueline Fernandez-Badshah’s ‘Genda Phool’ have gone viral on social media. Hina Khan grooved to the few verses from Badshah-Jacqueline Fernandez’s ‘Genda Phool’ and got the social media talking with her moves.

Hina Khan is the latest celebrity to groove to Badshah‘s version of ‘Genda Phool’ that featured Jacqueline Fernandez. The actress, however, gave this song a new twist as she flaunted some seductive dance moves and set the internet ablaze.

Hina grooved to Badshah’s verses in ‘Genda Phool’ in her gym outfit (again an unexpected twist). The original audio single featured Jacqueline shaking a leg in a saree. Jacqueline had a hook-step, which Hina did not pick up either.

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Talking more about Hina and these coronavirus lockdown days of hers. She has been constantly finding ways to keep her fanbase entertained during coronavirus lockdown. Recently, she posted videos of herself working from home and pretended to cry because her mother allotted her too much work under the isolation.

The actress has also been raising more awareness about COVID-19 aka coronavirus. She had shared a video on how to make a face mask at home.

Hina had written whilst sharing the video,

“So here is my attempt to teach some simple measures of how to make a mask at home. I tried to make the process and the masks, both as interesting as possible for you guys and hope it will encourage a lot of you to make one for yourself,”

On the professional front, Hina was last seen in the movie ‘Hacked’, which she had promoted on Salman Khan-hosted show ‘Bigg Boss 13’. The actress, who also made her Cannes debut sometime back, is now awaiting the release of her next movie opposite Kushal Tandon. The film is titled ‘Unlock: The Haunted App’.

Hina’s birth date coincides with Gandhi Jayanti aka 2nd October. Her most popular performance came from the Star Plus TV Serial: Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, wherein she played Akshara.


Gaurav Gupta

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