Bollywood actress and former 'Bigg Boss' contestant Sana Khan on Friday (October 9) in a detailed note shared on Instagram on Thursday, announced to quit the entertainment industry. The actress cited religious reasons behind the decision to say goodbye to the glamour world. Before this actress Zaira Wasim also left the industry citing the same reason.
In her post, Sana said that the entertainment industry has given her 'all kinds of fame, honour and wealth' but she has realised that she should not make 'wealth and fame' her only goal. She added that from now on, she will 'serve humanity and follow the orders of her Creator'.
While sharing her decision, Sana removed several pictures and videos of herself from her shoot diaries and trips from her social media account.
She made her acting debut in the low-budget adult Hindi film 'Yehi Hai High Society' in 2005 and subsequently started appearing in television commercials and other ad films . She appeared in an undergarment ad that made her an overnight sensation. The tag line " yeh toh bada toing hai" titilated people for years .In Bollywood, she featured in films such as 'Halla Bol', 'Jai Ho', 'Wajah Tum Ho' and 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha'.
Her debut Tamil film 'Silambattam' was produced by Lakshmi Movie Makers, and was released in December 2008. She went on to appear in Tamil films like 'Thambikku Indha Ooru', 'Payanam', 'Aayiram Vilakku', 'Thalaivan' among others.
She also did a Kannada movie 'Kool...Sakkath Hot Maga' and another Malayalam film 'Climax'.