A Quickie Round With Hina Afridi!

Our industry and our stars have a reputation for exuding glitz and glam. the social network, the gatherings, and other things! However, despite all the flash and glamour, there is one star who is just so reclusive that getting in touch with her is a challenge since. Her entrance makes the surrounding people halt, and it takes some time for them to absorb how someone can be that enthralling. Her name spells majesty, elegance, and beauty. With a lot of PR and clearances, we were able to trespass on Hina Afridi’s forthcoming drama serial set and ask her all the questions you guys have! Let’s take a moment to ask her some brief questions and try to pry into her bag as she gets ready for the next scene.

Hinda Afridi

What kind of a child were you?

I used to be such a peaceful and self-assured child. I still am and always have been the family’s favorite child.

What did you envision yourself becoming when you grew up?

I’ve always wanted to be recognized for the value of my existence, and fate had other ideas for me; the rest is history.

Tell us about your embarrassing childhood moment.

I recall previously saying to my pals that I wanted to be a star, and they all laughed at me. Now, they brought their relatives, claimed that I was one of their best friends, and asked for selfies.

how were you as a student?

I was a mediocre student but very much well-behaved.

What is the strangest query you have ever received?

Many people questioned me about how my family would support my career in show business and dramas because my cast is  Afridi.

What ludicrous thing have you been duped into doing or believing by someone?

Oh, My brother once tricked me into eating cat food and I thought they are some newly imported biscuits.

What goals do you have for the future?

to earn enormous respect

What hobbies do you have in your free time?

I enjoy drawing and trying out exotic cuisine.

How might someone elicit your undivided attention?

I’ve always loved clear communication and simplicity.

What would be your ideal team-up?

I adore LV and Dior.

What unpleasant habits do you have?

I’m too sensitive, therefore these things occasionally irritate me greatly.

What is the strangest thing a fan has ever given you?

Uninvited, a fan of mine showed up at my brother’s wedding, fought security, and entered the venue to say hello.

What is your strangest or scariest phobia?

Losing the people I love.

What superpower would you have?

well, I guess I already have a superpower and that is my silence!

Hina Afridi

What animal would you most want to own?

My childhood dream was to own a cub as a pet.

Do you ever get used to being a famous person?

No. In no way. I don’t want to flaunt my fame carelessly.

Who inspires you the most?

Many great people have inspired me, but my father has more than most.

What place would you prefer to go?

Since I’ve never gone, Hunza is a place I always want to visit.

What would you be doing at this moment if you weren’t famous?

I would have been in the army 

Which of your friends is the messiest?

Hira, my sibling. Even though she is a haven for me, she is messy. Please accept my apology, Hira.

What has been this week’s most intriguing thing you’ve read or seen?

 “Life is difficult”, according to the first sentence of the book I’m presently reading, “A road less traveled,”

First and foremost, my bunch of keys, which contains both my home and car keys. I am really picky about my skin, therefore a mask is a need. My water bottle, my fork and spoon are always with me. I don’t like strong smells and to get rid of them, I use mists, and Victoria Secret is my favourite brand. I usually avoid wearing a lot of makeup, even on sets, so I carry my few items like base, tint, and lipsticks along with a few brushes. I also keep some medicines always with me to avoid inconvenience.

By: Kidwai Owais