Oct. 30, 2020, 5:32 p.m.
New Delhi: Sara Ali Khan has set a unique benchmark for herself in Bollywood in a very less duration. Daughter of nawab Saif Ali Khan and veteran actress Amrita Singh, Sara is well spoken and well mannered. She made her debut with 2019 film Kedarnath alongside Sushant Singh Rajput. Thereafter, she co-starred Ranveer Singh in Rohit Shetty directorial Simmba. In the recent, she was seen in Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aajkal with then rumoured boyfriend Kartik Aaryan.
Just three-film old, Sara is already giving a tough competition to established A-listers of Bollywood. She enjoys a huge fan following on social media and keeps sharing life updates with her well wishers.
Sara is a dedicated individual and keeps her professional life away from personal life. She is also very opinionated and never shies away from speaking her mind. Sara Ali Khan was once asked how important it is for an actor to be responsible towards society to which the actress replied that the two things should not be merged. While it is true that every individual should have accountability towards society, it should not be forced on actors specifically, she said.
Sara further said that if she wants to send a message to society, she will make an art movie or documentary but that does not mean she should not be a part of commercial projects. Entertainer and social workers are different people and should not be confused with each other, she said.
I am not a flag bearer of delivering social messages, Sara said. She further said that she is not the person she plays in the movies. Her personal life is different and she has set different boundaries for both.
There are many celebrities who speak their mind on social topics including politics, but Sara usually refrains from it. Most of her appearance on social media is either about brand promotions or related to her films.