At the time when nepotism as the subject always manages to make headlines, Sara Ali Khan, who will be making her debut soon with Kedarnath, was asked if she is boggled or bothered by the constant emphasis on the term and what is it like to be raised by celebrity parents. To this, Sara, who comes across as an intelligent and confident artist told PTI that for her it is not necessarily about being a star kid but about being her mother, Amrita Singh’s daughter.
“My mother is a huge part of who I am. I look up to her a lot. It is not necessarily about being a star kid but about being her daughter. She has always led her life in a very simple and real way. And she has tried to imbibe these qualities in both me and my brother. And it is not because she has been an actor but because even before she became an actor, she was this ‘bindaas’ and honest person. I have lived with her for 23 years, so I hope some of it has rubbed off me,” she was quoted saying to the news agency.
Sara will be seen alongside Sushant Singh Rajput in Kedarnath, which has been directed by Abhishek Kapoor. The movie releases on December 7, 2018. Moving on, Sara will be seen alongside Ranveer Singh in Rohit Shetty directorial Simmba which releases on December 28, 2018.