Zareen Khan Wants to Do More Than Just Look Hot in Films

Actress Zareen Khan gave a content-driven performance a serious shot in her latest release Hum Bhi Akele Tum Bhi Akele. She now hopes to get meaningful roles rather than just put make-up on and look glamorous.

“I have been offered a couple of different types of roles, I am keeping my fingers crossed,” she says.

She hopes that people now see her in a different light after Hum Bhi Akele Tum Bhi Akele, an offbeat, OTT-released film about a gay man and a lesbian woman, and their self-discovery on a road trip.

“I hope people see me in a different light and they do offer me roles that I really want to do — meaningful roles rather than just putting on make-up and looking hot. I want to do much more than that,” she said.

Also Read: Zareen Khan on Playing a Gay Character: Just Had to be Honest to Emotion of Love

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