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Hina Khan’s father dies of cardiac arrest, actor returns from Kashmir

Actor Hina Khan's father passed away on Tuesday following a cardiac arrest. The actor, who was shooting in Kashmir, returned home on Tuesday night.

Written by Sana Farzeen | Mumbai |
Updated: April 22, 2021 8:53:40 am
Hina KhanIn several posts earlier, Hina Khan had mentioned that she is a 'daddy's girl'.

Popular actor Hina Khan’s father passed away on Tuesday following a cardiac arrest. The actor, who was shooting in Kashmir for a music video, rushed back to Mumbai following her father’s demise. The family is yet to issue a statement.

A friend of the actor told indianexpress.com that the family is still trying to come to terms with the loss, and have requested privacy. Hina Khan’s friends and colleagues have paid condolences. Eijaz Khan wrote, “Sorry for your loss Hina. Inna lilla hi wa inna ilayihi rajioon. Khuda unko jannat naseeb farmaaye. .@eyehinakhan.”

Nikki Tamboli tweeted, “I was so sorry to hear about your father’s passing. I know this is a very sad and difficult time for you and your family. No matter wherever he is, he’ll always be watching over you. He will stay with you forever My deepest condolence to you and your family @eyehinakhan.”

In several posts earlier, Hina Khan had mentioned that she is a ‘daddy’s girl’. She also shared photos and videos featuring her father.

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The actor’s father was also a regular fixture of her social media lives and stories, and on most occasions, he would pull Hina’s legs, leaving her embarrassed on camera.

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