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Hina Khan learnt to ride a bike for her role in 'Lines'

Hina Khan learnt to ride a bike for her role in 'Lines'

Actress Hina Khan, whose film "Lines" recently released on an OTT platform, had to shoot scenes involving bike rides for which she learnt how to ride a bike in order to ace the part.

Hina plays the role of Nazia in the film, which traces the life of a family living in a small village on the Kargil borders and how an outbreak of war changes their lives. The film stars Hina alongside well-known actress Farida Jalal.

Hina practised on a Yamaha bike of the '90s. She had to learn how to ride a bike from scratch, but got a hold of it within a week.

Sharing her experience, Hina told IANS: "When I noted that there is a scene in which I have to ride a bike, it was shocking. I was so nervous as I had never ridden a bike before and had to start from scratch.

"I did fall a couple of times and got injured too, but nothing major happened thankfully. It was all worth it in the end. And yes, it was tough, but it was super fun as well."

(Courtesy: IANS)

Hina Khan learnt to ride a bike for her role in 'Lines'

Hina Khan learnt to ride a bike for her role in 'Lines'

Actress Hina Khan, whose film "Lines" recently released on an OTT platform, had to shoot scenes involving bike rides for which she learnt how to ride a bike in order to ace the part.

Hina plays the role of Nazia in the film, which traces the life of a family living in a small village on the Kargil borders and how an outbreak of war changes their lives. The film stars Hina alongside well-known actress Farida Jalal.

Hina practised on a Yamaha bike of the '90s. She had to learn how to ride a bike from scratch, but got a hold of it within a week.

Sharing her experience, Hina told IANS: "When I noted that there is a scene in which I have to ride a bike, it was shocking. I was so nervous as I had never ridden a bike before and had to start from scratch.

"I did fall a couple of times and got injured too, but nothing major happened thankfully. It was all worth it in the end. And yes, it was tough, but it was super fun as well."

(Courtesy: IANS)

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