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No Fear No Favour

Hina khan says elitist system, elitist game which still exists in this Film industry.

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21 May 2022 ,(New Delhi) : The world of entertainment has been very exhilarating today and, In this diserable world we explored Bollywood’world . In which we found that Hina khan who is calling out the elitist system after not being invited to the opening ceremony in the Indian Pavilion at Cannes 2022 .Hina Khan on not being invited to the India Pavilion and elitism. Hina Khan said that she was disheartened that she did not get an invite to the India Pavilion. The actress told Anupama Chopra that she was not jealous or envious of her colleagues or actresses who were there. She pointed out that the pavilion was not just for Bollywood but also had musicians and other people. She said, “I could have been in the audience atleast. I loved that Ghoomar video. I felt so proud seeing my country being represented so beautifully. I am a proud Indian.” The actress said she did not blame anyone but understood that elitism was far more deep-rooted than anyone could imagine. Tamannaah Bhatia, Pooja Hegde and Urvashi Rautela were there at the pavilion. She said, “You know we all belong to the same industry. We are from the entertainment business. We all have come here to represent India. And I am very excited for the launch of the poster of my film. They know I’ll be coming to the India Pavilion. I will be launching the poster of my film. I was very excited then came the news of…Before that I’d like to tell you there’s this elitist system, elitist game which still exists. There’s the opening ceremony that happened in the Indian Pavilion. Everyone was there..all the talents, my contemporaries, not just from Bollywood, we had singers, we had many well-known talents. It’s not that I envy them. I am so proud of them. But at the same time it was disheartening that I was not there.”She added, “I could have been in the audience at least cheering up for them when they were doing the ghoomar. I felt so proud of my country. I don’t blame the actors or celebs but it’s the people on the field who make it possible. I don’t want to blame my contemporaries. We all talk about women empowerment, equality but I think it’s easier said than done. Probably next year when I come to Cannes, I will be a part of it.”

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