Sara Ali Khan Spotted With Her Mother Amrita Singh, Cheering And Supporting Vicky Kaushal On His Newest Release
Sara Ali Khan was spotted attending a movie screening of Vicky Kaushal’s movie with her mother, Amrita Singh. The actress looked amazing
From greeting fans ‘Namastey’ whenever she gets spotted to wearing outfits that glorify our Indian heritage and ensembles, Sara Ali Khan can do it all with a smile. Sara Ali Khan is one of the most dazzling actresses in the industry. She has surely made a name for herself with her ability to adapt to the skin of the character, amazing dance moves, trendy outfits and her zeal for fitness and wellness is also commendable.
Sara and her mother share an invincible bond and have been clicked together several times. They take trips together and have been papped before as they spend quality time together. Sara was recently spotted with her mother for a movie screening. The movie stars the very handsome Vicky Kaushal as the main lead and has been released on a leading digital platform. Sara came with her mother to support and cheer her Bollywood fraternity friend, Vicky Kaushal and enjoyed the screening with them.
She was spotted in a baby pink sharara dress with golden detailings. To glam up the look, she wore huge earrings with potli bag and pink juttis. Her hair looks very chic as she kept them slick open. Her mother, Amrita Singh was seen in a dark pink kurti and leggings and printed scarf. Abiding by the Covid-19 rules, Amrita wore an off white mask.
The Simmba star has a huge fan base and fans who follow her not only for her photos on the gram but also for her prolific work. She is still recognized for her work and mannerism and her co-stars appreciated her hard work. She is booming on the internet and her fans are always anticipating her work.
Professionally, Sara has recently seen dubbing for one of her upcoming projects. Next, we will see her in Arangi Re with Akshay Kumar and Dhanush. The film is directed by Aanand L Rai and produced by him and Bhushan Kumar. The film will be released digitally amid the ongoing pandemic.