Hina Khan slams Sandiip Sikcand for his comments on Ankita Lokhande & TV actresses
Hina Khan took to her Instagram handle to slam producer Sandiip Sikcand for his comments on Bigg Boss 17 contestant Ankita Lokhande and TV actresses.
Published: Wednesday,Oct 25, 2023 07:20 AM GMT-06:00
Rose to fame with her stint in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, Hina Khan went ahead to be the finalist on Bigg Boss 11. The actress, who has most of the times refrained from commenting on Bigg Boss, was irked by producer Sandiip Sikcand's comments on Ankita Lokhande and TV actresses and how Ankita should refrain from being a 'mouthpiece' for all the TV actresses.
Well, Hina took to her Instagram handle to slam Sandiip Sikcand for his comments and stated that he should not seek '2 minutes of fame' out of people from his own fraternity. The actress posed 5 questions and took a firm stand for Ankita and her fraternity of TV actresses.
Hina wrote,'' YOU ALL ARE VERY WELL
AWARE THAT I DON'T INDULGE MYSELF IN
ANYTHING RELATED TO BB..
THE FOLLOWING STORY IS NOT ABOUT BB, IT'S ABOUT MY RESPECT TO MY FELLOW ACTORS AND FRATERNITY..
1. We have seen Pavitra Rishta's successful run for many, many years. When did Pavitra Rishta's telecast repeat because of ANKITA?
No 2. In a factory-like creative arrangement, how many years would u survive as a lead?
No 3. Can u, with all sincerity post the same questions to film stars who work on film to film, repeat film to film and still only work according to thr whims and fancies which i believe they have earned over the years just like actors in television?
No 4. How long would you seek two minute fame at the expense of the people from your own friterty, who by all means are standing up for our friternity?
No 5. Who made you the representative and or the president or the mouthpiece of the entire television industry?
On an Indian television set which has in most cases episodes to telecast minimum 5 and maximum 7 days a week, everyone has a backup in case of an illness or unforeseen circumstances, everyone that is, except the Actor. Once cast, the Actor is indispensable and must make it to the set, come what may until you replace them or kill them off.
The relentless cycle of working 10-12 hours daily, day and night, on the same project year after year as an Actor is something you haven't experienced firsthand, and probably, never will.
Actors from Indian Television faint, go through depression, fall ill yet have given closes from the Hospital and sometimes while they're just out of a surgery or have lost their dear ones or when they're in a cast of plaster and are immobile.
But they show up..
Everyone wants to grow and work efficiently over quantitative expectations just like you, because that Sir is Exploitation!
So please get down of your high horse and yes don't forget to Kindly Shut Up!
This 2 minute fame shall be enough for you this year.. cheers
Disagreements and differences, both creatively and logistically, are inevitable among people on sets. ..but it's not about who's right or wrong, sometimes it can b an actor and sometimes others..
it's always a two way street.
Every individual, whether a Creative, Producer, Actor, Technician or Crew member, deserves due respect.
However, biases solely against the Actor, as an attempt to belittle them, must be called out and discouraged.
This becomes even more critical when it is evidently an attempt to garner cheap publicity and fame. It's important and necessary to recognize when our actions fall beneath our dignity.''
What do you think of these statements of Hina?