After entering the Bollywood with debut movie, Kedarnath, Sara Ali Khan has been one of the hottest topics amongst everyone this year. Her performance has been praised by almost everyone who watched the film. She would be seen on the big screen again in Rohit Shetty's Simmba, which also stars Ranveer Singh. Sara has won the hearts of many with her wit and charisma, apart from her acting prowess.
Sara was asked whether she consults her mother, Amrita Singh and father, Saif Ali Khan about her career choices, in an interview. The young actress said, “Had my mom not liked the narration of Kedarnath, I would have done it anyway because I value my mother's opinion a lot, but this is your job.
You don't want to be blaming anyone [else]. Your decisions need to be your own, especially in this line, when you can't bet on anything the fact of the matter remains that nobody is really bankable and no idea is really bankable. If anything, I'm going to cultivate my own intuition further.”
Sara's second film, Simmba is set to be released on December 28. During the interview, she was also asked whether she thinks that she has 'arrived'. “No, I don't think so. There's excitement because this is what I have always wanted. There are enthusiasm and eagerness for people to watch it, but arriving and all is not my prerogative that depends on how one is received,” replied Sara.
She quoted, “My mother is a huge part of who I am. I look up to her a lot. It is not necessarily about being a star-kid but about being her daughter. She has always led her life in a very simple and real way. And she has tried to imbibe these qualities in both me and my brother. And it is not because she has been an actor but because even before she became an actor, she was this 'bindaas' and honest person. I have lived with her for 23 years, so I hope some of it has rubbed off me,”
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