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Saif Ali Khan and his ex-wife, Amrita Singh’s gorgeous daughter, Sara Ali Khan, is receiving a lot of love since her debut film, Kedarnath, directed by Abhishek Kapoor. She had garnered praises for her role as ‘Mukku’ in the film to the warmth with which she meets everyone in real life. Currently, Sara Ali Khan's film, Love Aaj Kal opposite Kartik Aaryan is running in theatres and have a lot of great projects like Coolie No. 1 opposite Varun Dhawan and Atrangi Re, opposite Akshay Kumar and Dhanush in her kitty. (Recommended Read: Ayesha Shroff's 'Hangin On' Throwback Picture With Jackie Shroff Makes Us Drool Over Their Bond)
So, the ball is still in her court and with no drop in her popularity and hard work. Sara Ali Khan’s future in Bollywood looks way brighter than other young actresses. And a lot of its credit goes to her beloved mother, Amrita Singh, who has been with her as a pillar of strength. Amrita Singh is guiding her daughter in each and every step of her career right from the beginning of her career. In her recent interview, Sara Ali Khan recalls one such incident when she was a little bit unprofessional but her mother delivered some valuable advice to her.
Love Aaj Kal actress, Sara Ali Khan was in a candid conversation with East India Comedy and recalled an incident, when she had a narration meet-up with a filmmaker. The narration started well but went way too long and became frustrating for the actress as the filmmaker kept on going and going for hours. Sara described the whole incident and revealed that she went into the washroom to seek some help from her mother, Amrita Singh to get out of that situation. She said “There was this one time. I am not going to say much…because he said so much! I went to the restroom with my phone, three hours in, and I told my mom, ‘Look, I know that we are all professional and we should be thankful for these opportunities… But can I pretend to have a cardiac arrest? Is that allowed?’ She said no, so I asked, ‘Should I faint? Should I throw up? What do I do?’ She told me that I have to go back with professionalism and continue till the end.” (Don't Miss: Dipika Kakar's Note For Hubby, Shoaib And Sister-In-Law, Saba Is A Befitting Reply To Her Trollers)
Well, this is the reason why Sara Ali Khan respects and adores her mother, Amrita Singh so much. However, Sara in the same interview added that she understood her mother’s advice and went back to the filmmaker and he continued to speak-up for five more hours. This isn’t the only time when Sara Ali Khan had revealed her admiration for her mother, Amrita Singh. For instance, On December 29, 2019, Sara had taken to her Instagram handle and had shared a couple of collages with her mommy and her brother. Alongside it, she had written a poem and an excerpt from her long poem can be read as "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."
In an interview with the Hello! Magazine, Sara had shared that it was her mother, who had helped her get ready for her father, Saif's second marriage. She had revealed, “When my father just got married to Kareena, I remember going to the locker with my mother and taking out jewellery and saying which jhumkas should I wear? She called Abu and Sandeep and said, “Saif is getting married and I want Sara to have the most beautiful lehenga." (Also Read: Alia Bhatt Opens Up On Her Experience Of Working With Boyfriend, Ranbir Kapoor In 'Brahmastra')
Aren’t Amrita and Sara giving us major mother-daughter goals? Let us know.
When someone asks you about Sara Ali Khan, what comes to your mind? 'A cute, bubbly, crazy girl, making it on her own in the industry'. Well, most of us think this way, Sara had defined her weirdness on the famous chat show of Karan Johar, Koffee With Karan saying, “Imagine SaifRead More