Read Time:2 Minute, 6 Second
Two years into her career and Sara Ali Khan has already worked with stars like Ranveer Singh, Sushant Singh Rajput and Varun Dhawan. She is going to be next seen with Akshay Kumar and Dhanush.
Sara Ali Khan began her career with Kedarnath in 2018 and has been sharing news with her fans about some exciting projects ever since. Two years into her career and she has already done films with stars like Ranveer Singh, Sushant Singh Rajput and Varun Dhawan. The actress is also collaborating with Akshay Kumar and Dhanush in Atrangi Re. Sara says she is ready to finally lead a solo film!
The actress shared her wishes with Koimoi recently in conversation with the Coolie No 1 actress. She stalked about the David Dhawan film releasing on the digital platforms. Yet another interesting scoop was about her staying away from father Saif Ali Khan.
When asked if she’s ready to lead a solo film, Sara Ali Khan answered, “I don’t know, it’s never about that for me. My career for me has never been about, ‘aaj commercial film karte hai, kal serious ya parso solo film karte hai or Ranveer (Singh) ke sath karte hai.’ Aisa nahi hota. Mere liye hamesha ye hota hai ki agar koi mujhe koi kahaani sunaye, and mujhe lagta hai ye kahani mujhe suhani hai. Ab wo chahe wo kahaani mai akeli suna rahi hu yam era chota hissa hai ya bohot bada hai – at the end of the day, I do want to tell good and relevant stories.”
(My career has never been about planning a commercial film today, doing a serious tomorrow or working on a solo film day after or one with Ranveer (Singh). It doesn’t work that way. For me, it’s about telling stories that I feel should be told. Now it doesn’t matter whether that film is solo or I have a small part to play in it.)
Sara Ali Khan also added, “But I do think that, especially after Atrangi Re, I do have become a a litte bit greedy and I do think that I want to do meaty things. Uska matlab ye nahi hai ki akele karna. I just want to do a role and a character that I can get into and a story that deserves to be told. I don’t like to complicate it more than that.”
We would like to see Sara do well and pick roles of her choice.
Photo courtesy: www.koimoi.com
0 0 %
0 0 %
2 100 %
0 0 %
0 0 %
0 0 %