Ever since Ekta Kapoor posted the new promo of Kausauti Zindagi Kay, unveiling former Bigg Boss contestant Hina Khan as the Komolika, the model-actor has become a topic of intense conversation among Indian TV viewers.
The teaser of sexy Komolika walking carelessly with her irresistible beauty has left her fans utterly mesmerised. There are reports that she will make a formal entry into the show some time this week. Her entry is all set to cause plenty of upheaval in an otherwise smooth relationship between Anurag (Parth Samthaan) and Prerna (Erica Fernandes).
Meanwhile, fresh from her trip to Gujarat, where the popular actress had quite a bit of fun playing dandiya, Hina has hit the gym to prepare for her Kasautii Zindagi Kay role. On Tuesday, she posted a series of videos on Instagram showing just how hard she was working out in the gym.
Terming her fitness routine as ‘Komolicious training,’ Hina wrote in one video, ” So the #Komolicious training begins. Another motivation to a fit body. #FitGiri.”
In another video, Hina is seen weight training while working on her arms and upper body. From the intensity of her workout, it was clear that she was incredibly serious about her exercise.
The videos posted by her also included a hard core body training whereby the model-actor was seen doing mid-air push-up. Now that’s indeed hard core body training. Explaining the reason, Hina wrote, “Not at all easy… But kya karein, I wanna hv komolicious year.”
Hina is incredibly busy on social media platforms and is often seeing updating her fans with her glam outfits. Recently, she had taken social media by storm by posting photos in denim blue shirt, matching jumper and shorts and black fishnet tights.
Her friends and fans had reacted with awe as they complimented her for her new style. One fan wrote, “Oh my gawd, Oh my gawd. Street chick lol. You are looking like international chic. Looks to die for.” “Outstanding man, super,” another fan had commented.
Hina had recently extended her support to what’s now being termed as India’s own MeToo movement. Taking to Twitter, she had written, “A movmnt like #MeeToo cn chnge situations,perceptions, preconceptions,behaviour,outcomes n possibly d society 4 good. It shdn’t b gender specific. It shdn’t b misused. It’s nt a media activity 2 gain cheap attention. CONSENT n SUBMISSION r NOT d same.Time IS ALWAYS RIGHT TO SPEAK!” – (sic)