Actor Hina Khan is currently at the French Riviera to attend the ongoing Cannes International Film Festival 2019. The actor made her debut red carpet walk at Cannes 2019 and her photos ruled the internet yesterday. Hina attended the screening of her short film Lines there and wore a stunning Ziad Nakad gown at the event. Now, for her third appearance at the prestigious film festival, Hina rocked a lavender number from Maison Armine Ohanyan Paris.

Hina posted the photos of her latest look and looked fabulous in an easy-breezy skater dress that had checkered detailing and a wide silver belt to clinch at the waist. Hina styled her outfit with a pair of long earrings and a top knot in place. She revealed the look on Instagram and captioned the image as “Forgiveness is the smell that lavender gives out when you tread on it.. #LavenderLove (Mark Twain)” (sic)

 
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Day 3 @festivaldecannes

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Believe in your dreams @festivaldecannes .

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Earlier, after receiving wide appreciation from her fans for her debut appearance at Cannes 2019, Hina became the target of a distasteful remark by the editor of a popular film magazine (although he later said his remark was misconstrued). A screenshot of the Instagram stories from the editor’s social media account went viral when he wrote: “Cannes has suddenly become Chandivali studios kya?” (sic). Not just Hina herself but her fans and colleagues from the industry stated that the remark reeked of elitism and demeaned the actor’s hardwork from being nobody to a widely reverred actor in India.

The actor released an official statement and retorted by tweeting, “I was persistent, I m constant n I will b efficient again n again again. Don’t know where I belong, don’t know if I have to, as d Place don’t define me! Bcause as always I will work my a** off n I will make my own PLACE. My promise,a proud outsider from my Chandiwali studios. 🙏” (sic)” The editor has now rendered an apology to Hina.