Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh’s daughter, Sara Ali Khan will be marking her debut in a few days from now. Even before her debut, Sara bagged her second movie with Ranveer Singh, which is also slated to release in December this year. We have seen Sara make appearances at filmi parties and events and is one of the popular celebs to be spotted outside gyms. The newbie is currently on a promotions spree and we must admit that Sara is too calm, cool and confident for a newcomer. She seems particularly confident about her choice of career and believes that the her success matters not because she has to prove the world, but to herself and her near and dear ones.
In a recent interview, Sara Ali Khan was asked about her views on compromise in the industry. Senior journalist Anupama Chopra asked the young beauty if like her father, she too believed that in their profession it is the compromises that define you. Sara begs to not only differ from her father, but also explained to her interviewer why she’d never consider compromising what-so-ever.
Sara said, “I honestly feel that I don’t think that I would compromise, that’s not something that I could do. Not because of any other reason but because I’m very bad at doing things that I’m not convinced about, which could be a strength but could also be a disadvantage.”
The Kedarnath actress added, “I will not be able to compromise on my decision making. I don’t have what it takes, whether you call it that skill or expertise or craft. I don’t have what it takes to do something without full conviction.”
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Sara recently appeared alongside her father Saif on Karan Johar’s show Koffee With Karan 6. The actress not only won the rapid-fire round, but also managed to beat her dad in Karan’s game. Sara has two movies releasing this year, Abhishek Kapoor’s Kedarnath, which the actress had almost walked out of because of the feud between the director and producer of their film. The actress was even threatened to be dragged to the court when she decided to bow out of the movie. However, all’s well that ends well.
Because apart from Kedarnath, Sara will also have Rohit Shetty’s Simmba. The film is backed by Karan Johar’s Dharma Production. Apparently, Sara was approached for Janhvi Kapoor’s Dhadak, however on her mum Amrita Singh’s insistence she decided to turn the offer down. Buzz also suggested that the actress along with Janhvi were to be a part of Student Of The Year 2. But of course, Ananya Panday and Tara Sutaria landed those roles. This year the best debutante category will have to of Karan’s protégés fight it out for the award. Watch this space to find out more about Sara Ali Khan and her movies.