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Dont Hurt Hina APK - The Hindi television industry is home to many popular faces such as Hina Khan. Her career began with Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, a television series that ran for several seasons. She played the role of Akshara in the daily soap, which was a big hit with the audience. Her stint on the controversial reality show Bigg Boss 11, hosted by Salman Khan, made her a household name.

Her social media following has grown enormously due to her appearances in a couple of films and web series besides television shows. Social media platforms are often used by the 35-year-old actress to stay in touch with her fans. Her festive look recently set major fashion goals for them.

Yes, Hina, it’s Okay if You Don’t Forgive

Hina, both the heroine and victim in March Comes in Like a Lion, seeks closure as the bullying arc draws to a close. It comes in the form of a letter from Chiho, reassuring Hina that everything will be okay. Despite its melancholy overtones, Hina's letter is much needed. She's been marching forward because she's determined to stand up, but the letter shows everything has been worthwhile.

In addition to the letter, Hina must also find closure regarding the bullies and how she feels about them at this point in time. Hina chats with her teacher and asks if it's okay if she doesn't forgive the perpetrator girls after they apologize in front of the class (Megumi's apology is among the most insincere).


hina march comes in like a lion

Hina, both the heroine and victim in March Comes in Like a Lion, seeks closure as the bullying arc draws to a close. It comes in the form of a letter from Chiho, reassuring Hina that everything will be okay. Despite its melancholy overtones, Hina's letter is much needed. She's been marching forward because she's determined to stand up, but the letter shows everything has been worthwhile.

In addition to the letter, Hina must also find closure regarding the bullies and how she feels about them at this point in time. Hina chats with her teacher and asks if it's okay if she doesn't forgive the perpetrator girls after they apologize in front of the class (Megumi's apology is among the most insincere).

Hina Kawamoto forgiveness

I think it's a good question. She has shown such character up to this point, so willing to stand up for what she believes in when everyone else sits back and watches. She feels strongly about justice, so why should she forgive someone who isn't deserving of it? 

Who isn’t even seeking it?

Despite not always standing up like Hina, we live in a culture that values her viewpoints. We also see stories where people forgive others for the cruel and sometimes violent things they have done and then praise them for doing so. Our faith depends upon the idea of forgiveness, so it's even more important for us if we're Christians.

It seems to me, however, that Hina is wondering whether she should outwardly forgive Megumi since she has apologized verbally. The idea of doing that is not appealing to Hina. Rather than being hypocritical, she offers her forgiveness to someone whose heart feels no guilt, who hasn't really asked for it.

Megumi hasn't asked for your forgiveness, so you don't have to give it to her. In a way that might not be expected of you. Even so, you may want to give it anyway in your own Hina way.


A tearful bystander apologizes for not supporting Hina during her torment, toward the end of the episode. Hina acknowledges that it wasn't the bullies that helped her find closure, but the bystanders. They bake cookies together, and she asks Hina to join them. They have a nice time together after Hina accepts. It gave all those involved a sense of relief and closure that Hina had forgiven those girls. She never had to say it, but the girls could see it in her actions.

Perhaps the show will never address this, but if I know Hina, she will forgive Megumi one day soon, not because she's expected to, but on her own terms. Megumi will be forgiven by her because she sees her as someone flawed, someone in need of forgiveness, as we are slowly discovering as she is unraveled in all her adolescent apathy.

Once Hina gets through the anger, I believe she’ll offer that forgiveness, and as with the other girls, it may not be in words, but Megumi will be able to see it by how Hina acts, and as with the bystander girls, as with you and me and people we know all around us, grace offers something amazing to the giver and the receiver—Hina will be even freer and Megumi…well, Megumi might reject this offering and keep living life in the darkness, or she can experience something wonderful and be set free herself.