Sara Ali Khan is one of the most promising actresses in the film industry. She is one of the few new-gen actresses to have surpassed and proven her versatility from her debut film herself. As well as being an actress, Sara is also a travel junkie and loves sharing her travel stories on Instagram and giving her followers important travel goals. She often takes her fans on a virtual tour of the places she has visited. The actress enjoys a huge following on social media and always impresses her fans with her glamorous photos, travel vlogs and videos.
Speaking of which, the actress is currently on vacation in London and has been giving glimpses of her travels ever since. Using her Instagram stories, the actress shared photos of what her holiday in the capital of Nochlands looks like on Wednesday. The Kedarnath actress shared a collage of three photos and captioned it as “The only mom I give.” In one of the photos, we see Sara sitting by a body of water and posing for the camera. In another photo, we see her breakfast meal and a sign that reads ‘Amsterdam is my style’. Meanwhile, the third photo shows a coffee mug with “Work Hard, Cheat Harder” written on it.
Take a look at Sara’s post:
Meanwhile, talking about the work front, Sara Ali Khan was last seen directing Aanand L Rai, Arangi Re. with Akshay Kumar and Dhanush. She is currently working with Vikrant Massey on Pawan Kripalani’s Gaslight. The film marks Vikrant’s first collaboration with Sara and he is full of praise for the Pataudi princess. In addition, she will also share the screen with Vicky Kaushal for the first time in Laxman Utekar’s yet-to-be-titled movie.
In addition, Pinkvilla also reported that Sara Ali Khan is going to make a film based on the 1942 Quit India movement. While crucial character details of the project are not yet known, we have learned that Sara will be the project leader, which will be directed by Ek Thi Dayan’s Kanan Iyer. However, the patriotic movie won’t make it to the big screen. The film is rumored to be being made for streaming giant Amazon Prime Video and supported by Karan Johar’s Dharmatic Entertainment.