The popular Bollywood actress, Sara Ali Khan, was last seen in the film, I love Aaj Kal, and after a gap of one year, she is ready to enchant the world with her acting in her long-awaited film, Atrangi Re. The actress plays the character of a girl named “Rinku” in the movie, who looks more like her in real life.
However, in her last interview, the actress revealed that she has learned how to hide her sweet side from the world, as opposed to her character in the film. Revealing the reason behind this, Sara talked about her mother, Amrita Singh. Apart from that, Sara also talked about the 17 flops of her father, Saif Ali Khan and shared the lesson she had learned from them.
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In an interview with ETimes, Sara Ali Khan talked about her mother, Amrita Singh, and revealed how people wrinkle her because of her soft heart. Reflecting on her mother’s experience, the loving daughter stated that because of her mother’s experience, she became dominant in hiding her soft side perfectly so that no one could take advantage of her. Sara Ali Khan also added that she loves her mother and wants to be like her every day of her life. He said:
“I may look sparkling and have a clear mind, but this is external. In fact, I’m extremely sensitive as a person. I just know how to hide this side of myself better with confidence. I grew up with an unmarried mother (actress Amrita Singh) who understood “Early in life, if you have a soft shell, you’ll crumple easily. I consider myself a mother and I hope to be like her every day, so the power to hide vulnerability comes from there.”
Going further in the interview, Sara Ali Khan was asked if one could fall in love with two people at the same time as shown in her upcoming film, Atrangi Re? Responding to this, Sara Ali Khan shared her views on love and stated that she was slow to realize and accept the reality that one must fall in love with oneself before loving someone wholeheartedly. She explained:
“Love is a very personal and subjective phenomenon. I believe in one thing. To have any kind of love in your life, you must first love yourself. It took me a while to realize it. The rest is different for different people. . ”
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At the end of the interview, Sara Ali Khan also talked about her parents, Amrita Singh and Saif Ali Khan, and shared that most of her wisdom had come from them. Reflecting on how independent nature and their journey in their respective careers had taught her much about life, Sara even referred to her father’s 17 flops. The actress praised her parents who always choose their hearts without being influenced by the standards set by a particular section of society. Sarah said:
“My job is very important to me, but if you stop caring about yourself, kaise kar paogay job? My mom stopped working as a protagonist the year before I was born. She won the Filmfare Award for Aaina (1993) and My father gave me 17 flops and then became someone who won many awards later, including the National Hum Tum Award.He continued to make films like Omkara.I learned from them that if your heart is in the right place and you try hard and you say it well, you settled down “.
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On the professional front, Sara Ali Khan will be seen later in the film, Atrangi Re. The film will be released on December 24, 2021, on the OTT platform.
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