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‘She got it from her mumma!’ - There couldn’t be anything prouder for a daughter to hear that she successfully became like her mother. And there couldn’t be a happier moment for a mother to see her daughter growing up to be a wonderful person, like her! As a mother and her daughter make a good team, one thing is for certain that their gene game is strong too. Not only are they blessed with the talent, but are inherited with the good looks too. Without explaining further, let us tell you about a perfect mother-daughter duo example, which would say the rest on our behalf - Amrita Singh and Sara Ali Khan! (Also Read: Yash And Radhika Pandit Complete Four Years Of Marital Bliss, The Latter Shares Celebration Pictures)
A graduate from Columbia University, New York, Sara Ali Khan, daughter of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh has already become the ‘next big thing’ in Bollywood. Born in 1995, Sara had witnessed the separation of her parents when she was around 9 years old but had always maintained that post Saif and Amrita’s divorce, she and her brother, Ibrahim Ali Khan have two comfortable homes than one uncomfortable home. Sara is like a fresh breath of air and the fun-filled dynamic she shares with her ‘modern family’ is always a delight to watch.
Saif Ali Khan’s sister, Saba Ali Khan posted a collage of her ex-sister-in-law, Amrita Singh and her niece, Sara Ali Khan, and we cannot get over the striking resemblance between the mother-daughter duo. The right side has a throwback picture of Amrita from her younger days in the industry, posing in a beige outfit. The left side has Sara, posing in a white and black polka-dotted outfit. Saba captioned her post as "Classy ...duo.. Mahshallah."
Sara Ali Khan is undoubtedly the carbon copy of her mother and one scroll of her Instagram profile is enough to prove that. Do you remember how Sara had penned down a poem for Amrita Singh with an array of pictures and amazingly expressed what her mommy means to her. ‘Amrita ki beti’, Sara had written, "Mirror mirror- are you mommy or a reflection? The only difference between us- is I always want her attention. She, on the other hand, is full of love, hugs and affection. And undivided time and energy I sometimes forget to mention. My anchor, my inspiration, the magician that takes away all tension. She has cured for mood swings, hair-fall, dry skin and water retention. Her versatility, commitment, patience, and selflessness is beyond my comprehension. With her around no sadness lasts, no fear persists there can’t be much apprehension. Basically without contention, no need to even mention, mommy is best in every dimension. #amritakibeti #sarakishayari." (Also Read: Akash Ambani And Shloka Mehta Welcome Their First Child, Ambani Family Releases Official Statement)
Whenever there’s a mention of Amrita Singh and Sara Ali Khan, a reference to their uncanny resemblance is a topic that cannot be ignored. Sara too, gives us instances of how they prove, ‘like mother, like daughter’ just right! A few days ago, Sara had turned the showstopper for designer duo, Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla at Blenders Pride Fashion tour and had made heads turn in a beautiful embellished pink lehenga. Sara had recreated her mother, Amrita’s pose from the year 1991 and sharing the beautiful collage, she had written, “Like mother, like daughter.”
Time and again, the star kid turned a star in herself, Sara Ali Khan had credited her mom, Amrita Singh for what she is today, be it her confidence or inherited looks. In an interview with Harper's Bazaar India, Sara had expressed her wish to spend her entire life with her mother, even after marriage. Sara had said, "I intend to live with my mother for the rest of my life. She gets upset when I say that because she has this whole marriage plan for me, but she can also come with me no, what's the problem?" (Also Read: Mira Rajput Kapoor's Unseen Candid Picture With Mom And Sisters From Her Wedding Is A Precious One)
On the work front, Sara’s upcoming film, Coolie No 1 is slated to release on Christmas this year on Amazon Prime.