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A woman tops the list of God's most beautiful creations till now. From curvy to petite, short to tall, every girl in this world is his prettiest creation of all time. While we hide ourself in tonnes of makeup and beauty filters, there are some who happily embrace their imperfections. And Bollywood actress, Sara Ali Khan is one of those. She loved herself in every phase and that's what gave her the courage to take the leap of faith and hit the gym in order to lose all those extra kilos. (Recommend Read: Rishi Kapoor Leaves New York On His Birthday With Neetu Kapoor, Will Be Back Home In Mumbai Soon)
Sara Ali Khan, daughter of Amrita Singh and Saif Ali Khan has made her own name in the world of glam and glitz. She hails from one of India's famous, the 'Pataudi family' that instills the value of education and respect over getting fame and clicked by the paparazzi. However, Sara was bitten by the acting bug at a mere age of four and all she could think of is making the dream alive. And she turned her dream into reality and became our inspiration in 2018
By now, we all are familiar with Sara Ali Khan's weight loss journey. On September 4, 2019, Sara took to her Instagram handle and shared how she loves her every phase. She posted a throwback picture with her mom, Amrita when she weighed almost 90 kgs. In the picture, we can see Sara twinning with her mommy in a black ensemble, and captioned it as "Throwback to when I couldn’t be thrown back #beautyinblack." Check out the picture below:
Guess who was the first few to comment on our favourite girl's adorable throwback picture? It was none other than her crush, Kartik Aaryan! The actor wrote, "This girl looks like Sara Ali." Take a look at his comment below:
Coming back to Sara's weight loss journey, in an interview with the Vogue, she had talked about her dramatic weight loss. She had revealed, “For me, it all started in New York. I weighed 96kg and had a year to go before I graduated. The transition from pizza to salad and from lethargy to cardio is how I kickstarted my fitness journey. I simply started eating healthy and began working out when in New York.” (Also Read: Kalki Koechlin Confirms Her Relationship With Her Rumoured Boyfriend, Posts An Adorable Picture)
She had further added, “There were so many different types of classes in that city, from functional training to boxing to cycling. But because I was so overweight at the start, it was more about cardio-heavy workouts like walking, cycling and hitting the treadmill—so that I could lose the weight before entering the intermediate forms of exercise. A combination of functional training, Pilates, boxing and cardio. I like to change things up, but ensure that I work out for an hour and a half every single day—except on Sunday, because that’s my day to chill.”
In an interview with SpotboyE, Sara had shared how her mother had given her the reality check to lose weight if she wants to be in films. She had said, "I was 96 kg at the time when I told my mother, sitting on the bed crying and saying, ‘Mom, all I want to do is become an actor.’ Then, she said that you need to lose weight. And, it took me about a year-and-half to lose that weight. So, I completed the remaining two years of my graduation in a year so that I can return and start working early."
Sara had talked about how she motivated herself to lose all those extra kilos, and had stated, "I was always a chubby girl, but after going to the States, for the first two years, I put on a lot of weight and then last year, I burned all those kilos there itself. I think America is the place where you can really choose. Jahaan aapko pizza milta hain, wahin aapko protein milta hain. Jahaan pe chocolate milta hain, wahin aapko salad milta hain. That was it. So, I lost all the weight that I had gained there and lots more by working out and maintaining a disciplined life." (Don't Miss: Faisal Khan's GF, Muskaan Kataria Gets Emotional On Sudden Exit From Nach Baliye Due To His Injury)
Well, Sara is definitely an inspiration for all of us struggling to embrace our imperfections! What do you think?