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All you want to know about Salman Khan's new discovery Warina

The half Iraqi-half Afghan Warina Hussain, started her modelling career in India in 2013.

Keyur Seta

Salman Khan has at last found a leading lady for his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma’s debut Loveratri. The hulabaloo started when he posted a tweet today (6 February) morning which read, “Mujhe ladki mil gayi” (I got the girl). 

This was enough to threw the social media and news media into a tizzy as the guessing game began. Needless to say, the message was also construed as Khan stating he found a girl to get married to. There was also a buzz online that he has found the lead actress for his upcoming film, Bharat. 

The actor later put all conjectures to rest by tweeting another post. “Nothing to worry na @aaysharma ki film #Loveratri ke liye ladki mil gayi Warina, Toh dont worry na be happy na,” he wrote 

As expected, her good looks and the manner of announcement has made sure Warina Hussain has started trending. 

The actress, who will make her film debut with Loveratri, has previously worked in a chocolate advertisement few months ago. 


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According to her Facebook page, she is an actor by profession and has been working in advertisements. She is the only child of an Iraqi father and Afghan mother. She started modelling in 2013 in Delhi and is currently settled in Mumbai. It is also said that life hasn’t been easy for Warina.

“Coming from a difficult background Warina grew up moving from country to country. She has always been known as someone who is completely independent, ambitious and optimistic,” mentions her page. It also says that she has been passionate about acting ever since she was a child. Her other interests include literature and social work. 


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The model-actress has also worked in an energy drink advertisement two years ago.

Loveratri will be helmed by first-time director Abhiraj Minawala. He worked as an assistant director on Khan's Tubelight (2017).