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For a daughter, her father is her ultimate king, the only one, she can blindly trust and the one, who will never break her heart. No matter how old she gets and wherever she goes, she will always be her daddy’s little girl and would always reach out to him for career advice. We have seen how a son always follows his father’s footsteps but the proudest moment for a father is when his daughter follows his path and makes him proud. The bubbly, Sara Ali Khan is the one, who has made her parents, Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh proud of her achievements. (Also Read: Karisma Kapoor Shares An Adorable Wish For Her Daughter, Samaira Kapoor's 15th Birthday)
Ever since Sara had made her Bollywood debut with the film, Kedarnath in 2018, she had been receiving a lot of applause from her fans. With three movies, Kedarnath, Simmba and Love Aaj Kal, Sara is already a sensation among the millennials. The chirpy actress has proved her worth with just three movies and it is her father, Saif Ali Khan, who has confessed of being proud of his daughter’s achievements. Like every child, Sara too enjoys having healthy arguments with her father and in a recent interview, she begged to differ from her father’s opinion on modern work culture.
Sometime back, in an interview with The Times of India, Saif Ali Khan had expressed his opinions on the differences in the work culture of his generation and that of his daughter’s generation. He stated that there is a lot of mismanagement that happens to create a certain personality for newcomers. He said the whole process seemed like choreographed and rehearsed and feels that an actor must be himself.
But in a recent interview with Bombay Times, Sara has a different take on her father’s opinion. Disagreeing to her father’s views, she said, “I think to each his own. I cannot say that everybody should be themselves, maybe some people are actually very shady. Maybe they need to be managed and need to have a choreographed personality that works for them. I, as a person, am not like that. At the end of it, it’s a job, people make income out of managing your public image, you don’t want to take that away. The more people you feed, the better it is.” (Also Read: Himanshi Khurana Of 'Bigg Boss 13' Makes Her Relationship Official With Asim Riaz)
Saif Ali Khan has worked in the movie, Love Aaj Kal and his daughter, Sara has worked in the sequel of the same movie with the same title. When the trailer of the sequel was released, Saif had confessed he had liked his movie’s trailer more. In an interview with the Mumbai Mirror, Sara had replied on the same and had stated, “We are all protective and possessive about our work. I am proud that my father too, is as proud of his creations as mine.” Sara had also talked about the pressure and privilege she had got after coming from a family of actors and had retorted, “I come from a family of actors and where’s there’s a privilege, there’s pressure too and where’s there’s pressure there’s also fun.”
In a throwback interview with the Mid-Day, Sara Ali Khan had shared that her father, Saif Ali Khan doesn’t discuss films with her and had said, “He looks at me like I'm a traitor for discussing films. He lives with Kareena [Kapoor], is a brother to Soha, and is an actor's son. So, now, if I discuss work, he's like, 'Please don't do this to me.' So, we don't talk about films often. We talk about history, argue about what Hitler's motivations were, or who was wrong in the Cold War. Sometimes, we discuss religion and how different beliefs and social systems came about. We both enjoy culture, travelling, good food, and great conversations." (Also Read: Kareena Kapoor Khan Posts A Picture In Face Mask, Ex-Shahid's Brother, Ishaan Shares A Funny Comment)
What do you think about Sara’s take on her father, Saif’s opinion on modern work culture? Let us know.
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