Ever since Sara Ali Khan burst onto the scene like a fresh gust of wind five years ago, she’s teamed up with the who’s who of Bollywood. Think big names: Abhishek Kapoor with “Kedarnath”, Rohit Shetty’s dazzling “Simmba”, Imtiaz Ali’s romantic take in “Love Aaj Kal”, and the magical touch of Aanand L Rai in “Atrangi Re”.
Now, with the applause still ringing for her sizzling performance in “Zara Hatke Zara Bachke”, helmed by the talented Laxman Utekar, Sara is literally on cloud nine. And on Teacher’s Day? Well, she wore her heart on her sleeve, showering heaps of praise on the very filmmakers who’ve sculpted her journey. “When it comes to acting,” she gushed, “You gotta forever wear the student hat. I mean, there’s the Rohit Shetty world of spicy cinema, the heart-touching feels from Aanand Rai, Laxman Sir’s larger-than-life canvas, and, of course, the wild ride that is Homi’s storytelling!”
Sara, getting all mushy, continued, “Man, I’ve struck gold with these experiences! Fingers crossed, hope I can keep soaking in, evolving, and yes – keep y’all entertained with the magic of my directors.”
Meanwhile, Mumbai had its party shoes on, September 2nd. Why? To celebrate the thundering success of “Gadar 2”. The glittering night saw stars like Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon. But hold on! A snapshot of these three – Kartik, Sara, and Kriti, set the grapevine buzzing. Fans are now on the edge of their seats, daydreaming about the trio setting the screen on fire together. Talk about a dream team!
And speaking of what’s cooking, Sara’s diving into the past, gearing up to bring a 1940s freedom fighter alive in “Aye Watan Mere Watan”. That’s not all folks! She’s also teaming up with Anurag Basu in “Metro…Inn Dino” and gearing up for Homi Adajania’s whodunit, “Murder Mubarak”. Buckle up, cinema lovers, Sara’s roller-coaster ride is far from over!