We All have heard enough about Sara’s fat to fit transformation! But the expanse of her story goes much beyond that. So let’s delve into unknown facts of Sara Ali Khan’s life that not many people know of.
Sara Ali Khan is one of the most trending actresses of Bollywood who impressed the audience by her off-screen persona more than her on-screen presence. In a very short span of time, Sara Ali Khan manages to shine in Bollywood just like her other counterpart who has been in the industry much longer. In this article, we will tell you the truth and controversies surrounding Sara Ali Khan that not many people know.
- Sara Ali Khan controversial story
- What Sara thinks about ‘Nepotism’
- Sara Ali Khan suffering from this disease
Born on 12-august-1995 in Mumbai, Sara always wanted to be an actress. In an interview, Saif Ali Khan revealed that she was 4 years old when she saw Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s performance on the stage and she said to her father that she also wanted to be like Aishwarya. Daddy Saif approved her career choice but advised her to complete her education first.
After her graduation from the University Of Columbia, New York she joined acting classes to pursue her dream to become an actor.
From a 96kg student who liked to gorge on pizzas to a diva with a toned figure, Sara has truly come a long way. She revealed in Koffee With Karan that weightloss for her was a huge challenge as she was suffering from PCOD (Polycystic ovary syndrome).
“I had PCOD. I still do. And because of that, I think I put on the amount of weight that I did.” Her father Saif Ali Khan cut in and asked: “It had nothing to do with the pizzas you used to have?” Sara continued: “Of course it was. I ate a lot… but I also did have PCOD which made it very hard for me to lose weight.”
Sara always wanted to be an actor and she even cried to her mother about it. This was when mommy Amrita advised her to lose weight first. Sara lived abroad at the time and took her mother’s advised seriously. She took four months worked out regimen and did not even video chat with her mom in that duration. When she came back her mother didn’t recognise her.
Sara said about losing 30 kgs — “She recognised me at the airport only because of my suitcases; I was looking completely different,”
Being a step-daughter, Sara manages to keep the same equation with Kareena Kapoor as she shares with her daddy Saif.
In an interview, Sara also said that she is happy that her dad has found a life partner in Kareena. The Kedarnath actress thinks of her father’s family as her own. She feels fortunate that she now has two happy families rather than one depressing family.
Being born in a film family, Sara inherited acting in her blood. But her actual inspiration was the veteran actress Sridevi. Sara shares that she loved Sridevi in Sadma and Chaalbaaz and expressed that she also wanted to do similar roles.
Sara Ali Khan went into the controversy with her debut film, Kedarnath, when one of the makers had a fallout with the production house. The film’s future was in doldrums and on the verge of getting shut down. Owing to these issues, Sara went ahead and signed for Simba without completing the shoot of Kedarnath. Due to the close release date of both films, she was slammed with a legal notice.
When the situation goes out of hand, her father Saif Ali Khan came to her rescue and sorted her mess amicably with all party.
“I’ve been keeping track of it and, of course, it bothered me because I wanted things to go smoothly with her.” — Saif Ali Khan
Talking About Nepotism
Nepotism has become synonymous with star-kids in Bollywood today. Where many actors shut the media by giving a diplomatic answer, Sara Ali Khan modestly agreed that your family contacts will help you get easy access into the industry but that’s about it. The Simba actress further added that at the end of the day her performance and talent will decide her future.
After her debut in Koffee With Karan, Sara Ali Khan stole the spotlight. From speaking perfect Hindi to carrying salwar kameez with grace, Sara Ali Khan manages to woo the audiences with her Girl-Next-Door dominus.