Nantucket Film Festival Spotlight 2014 Spotlight: Foxy Femme Hina Khan


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We fall at the feet of sexy women such as Hina Khan because they project such a pleasantness on top of their undeniable allure. Couch potatoes would have seen her in the Second Season of “Hit The Floor” as Sarah, the former assistant of squad manager Olivia from the Los Angeles Devil Girls, the premiere dance team in pro basketball. The intrigue is on especially when she and Olivia were both fired shortly before Olivia’s lifeless body was discovered in what has been assumed as murder. Entertainment Weekly calls “Hit The Floor” as one of summer’s sexiest shows and with the hot, sweaty bods on display and even hotter drama, this is one for the addicts of scripted television. Hina is also appearing in “The Routine”, a quirky short film detailing how technology can actually result in even more isolation from the real world. It is screening at this year’s edition of the Nantucket Film Fest.

Having emigrated from Pakistan to Queens, New York, her passion for acting was instilled at a young age and she’s been ever-present when it comes to creative pursuits. In the character driven indie film “Broken Glass”, she and her cast mates wowed audiences with their compelling gradation of emotions in a tense setting. As Hasti Haghighat who is struggling with her personal demons at a self-help meeting full of strangers, she’s embroiled in what would become a shocking ending for everyone. Powerful drama are often driven by the narrative (sans special effects or action) and “Broken Glass” is one such movie defined by its principal characters. Kudos to Hina for playing such a believable and bold woman. Following the work of the beautiful Miss Hina Khan should be a necessary devotion.

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