Sara Ali Khan’s Cute Childhood Story

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Sara Ali Khan, the daughter of Amrita Singh and Saif Ali Khan, will be seen as a lead with Varun Dhawan in David Dhawan’s ‘Coolie No.1’, which is set to premier on Amazon Prime on December 25. The Kedarnath-actress is one of the most successful newcomers in Bollywood and has always shown an inclination towards performing arts.

On an interview with Zoom, Sara Ali Khan shares her childhood anecdote related to her inclination towards performing arts. On a vacation with her parents and brother, Sara had just been a child and she had started dancing on the street and was also showered by some money by the pedestrians.

The actor said, ‘They had gone into a shop for something. I was outside with my brother, who was in a pram, and we were with our help. It was the three of us outside. I started dancing. People stopped to give money because they thought I was begging. I kept it. I realised, ‘Paise mil rahe hai, kuch bhi kar lo, karte raho (We are getting money, so let’s continue doing whatever we are doing).’ I started dancing more and more.”

Later, her mother Amrita Singh, reacted by saying that the pedestrians did not shower money because they thought that she was cute but the thought that she was a beggar. .

Sara Ali Khan also mentions something similar to this as she says, “My mother was like, ‘Cute nahi, yeh bhikharan lagi, isliye paise de diye.’

The actress will also be seen in Aanad Rai’s ‘Atrangi Re’, with Akshay Kumar and Dhanush.

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