Hina Khan poses for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film 'Bacurau' at at 72nd Cannes Film Festival. Reuters
Popular television actress Hina Khan made a stunning debut at the red carpet of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival as she chose a sparkling gown by Lebanese designer, Ziad Nakad.
Hina, known for her roles in shows like "Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai" and "Kasautii Zindagii Kay", wore the glittery grey gown with a moderate trail and a plunging neckline.
She completed the look with her hair tied back, minimal make-up and nude pink lips.
Hina Khan poses at 72nd Cannes Film Festival. Eric Gaillard /Reuters
The 31-year-old actress took to her Instagram account to express her excitement. She posted a black and white photograph of herself posing for the shutterbugs.
Calling it God's sign, Hina captioned the image: "Cannes 2019. The picture is just not 'a' picture. God's sign. Shining star."
She will also be a speaker at India Pavilion of the 72nd edition of the festival, which will run until May 25.
The talk will be followed by the first look launch event of her film "Lines", which is set in the backdrop of the Kargil War.
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