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There is nothing more beautiful than your dreams turning into reality. And, Sara Ali Khan is a living proof that all you need is a will and a dream to make anything come true. The 23-year old actress has been making headlines from her looks to her impeccable acting skills, she demonstrated in her two back-to-back hit films - Abhishek Kapoor’s directorial Kedarnath and Rohit Shetty’s Simmba. (Recommend Read: Palak Jain-Tapasvi Mehta's Pre-Wedding Festivities Begin With Chunri Ritual And A Star-Studded Party)
Sara is a product of a broken home, her parents, Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh parted ways when their 13-year-long marriage started falling. However, the divorce of her parents made Sara even stronger and gave her the power to acknowledge her own reality. She even expressed in one of her interviews that it was good that they parted ways. Sara said, “It is not nice to live in a home where people are not happy. They are both, happy, bindaas and cool people, but individually. Together, they are not. And I think they too realized that. Fortunately, now I have two happy and secure homes to myself instead of one.”
Saif and Amrita got separated in the year 2004, and 8 years later, Saif found love in Bollywood’s fashionista, Kareena Kapoor and they soon got married. And, Sara was happiest to see her favourite ‘Poo’ from the film Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum as part of their family. In a recent interview with Famously Filmfare, Sara was quoted as saying, “People tell me because you were such a die-hard Kareena Kapoor fan you willed her into your life.” And, we also got hold of an unseen picture of Sara with her Kareena and the two are look so cute. Check it out here: (Also Read: Juhi Parmar Throws A 'Frozen-Themed' Birthday Bash For Daughter, Samairra On Her 6th Birthday [Pics])
Sara is extremely close to her mother, Amrita Singh, and fans couldn’t help but notice the amount of similarity between the mother and daughter duo. Back in 2012, when Sara appeared on the cover of Hello Magazine with mommy, the comparisons were made. And, after six-years when Sara entered the industry, she was yet again compared to her mom. However, the young actress doesn’t take it as a compliment until she can match her mom’s acting skills.
In a recent interview with Rediff.com, Sara said, “I took a picture of me in purple lipstick and there was a picture of my mom thirty years ago in purple lipstick. It's more of DNA and chance. I felt 'Wow, we are doing the same thing' but I don't know about acting. She is an extremely fine actor and it will take me a long time to be compared to her.” (You May Also Like: Amrita Arora's Comment On Malaika Arora's Workout Post Is Every Younger Sibling Ever)
Sara further talked about success and celebrations of two big hits. She stated, “My celebrations are interviews. I am not being funny, it’s true! It has been so hectic for the past three weeks, working on Simmba, that the only time one gets to internalise what has happened is during interviews. There is nothing more beautiful than celebrating with people who make you what you are. I think I am what I am because of the media and the audiences. I went incognito to watch the film in theatres. That was a celebration!”
Earlier, in an interview with DNA, Sara revealed her mom, Amrita Singh’s reaction to her film. She said, “Mom had heard the narration and she had also seen some rushes. But she still cried in the climax, so that was a big one for me.” In another interview with SpotboyE.com, Sara talked about her weight loss journey and 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.” (Don't' Miss: Ranveer Singh Attended A Big Fat Wedding In Jalore, Danced His Heart Out (Pics And Videos))
Well, Sara is definitely here for a long-run! What do you think?
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