Sara Ali Khan Opens Up About Her Parents Saif Ali Khan And Amrita Singh’s Reaction On Her Latest Digital FilmBollywood
Sara Ali Khan who is currently enjoying the success of her recent digital movie said that she is very happy that her family is proud of her and the most important thing after watching the movie her parents are overjoyed and proud of her
Sara Ali Khan has revealed that her performance in her latest film made her father, actor Saif Ali Khan, and mother, Amrita Singh, cry. Sara also discussed her brother Ibrahim Ali Khan’s reaction to her film in a new interview.
Sara Ali Khan, Akshay Kumar, and Dhanush star in the film, directed by Aanand L Rai. Sara, Dhanush, and Akshay form a love triangle in the film. On December 24, the film was released on the digital platform.
Sara Ali Khan was asked in one of the interviews who among her parents is the harshest critic. She responded by saying that they had both been pleasant. Her mother, in her opinion, is always emotional, whereas her father is more powerful and sophisticated. However, both of her parents have cried and he has made them proud in some way.
Sara Ali Khan and Ibrahim have always been close friends, as we all know. When asked about her brother’s reaction, she stated that they have always had a good time together and have been joking a lot and that she has always been her golu molu sister. But now she is proud of her and proudly proclaims, “THAT’S MY SISTER,” and she is overjoyed as a result.
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Sara’s most recent film, Aanand L Rai’s Beautiful Breakthrough, is a very unique love story directed by Aanand L Rai that beautifully breaks through the clutter. It’s nothing like we’ve always imagined or seen romance in previous films. The film is about a relationship that holds emotions that are left behind, the denial we often live in, and the acceptance that comes after a great deal of pain and suffering. Although the story makes a direct reference to mental health, it does not become preachy. Sara’s fifth film, following Kedarnath Simmba and Love Aaj Kal, and her second digital film.