Saif Ali Khan Loves Daughter Sara Ali Khan's Humility and Down-To-Earth Persona

Saif Ali Khan Loves Daughter Sara Ali Khan's Humility and Down-To-Earth Persona

Saif Ali Khan, who is often seen praising his three kids, shared that Sara Ali Khan never came to him for career advice
Saif Ali Khan Loves Daughter Sara Ali Khan's Humility and Down-To-Earth Persona
Sara Ali Khan

Saif Ali Khan is one of the biggest stars in Bollywood. The actor started his career in 1993 with Parampara. Throughout the span of his career, he starred in many films such as Ek Tha Raja, Kya Kehna, Main Khiladi Tu Anari and some of his biggest hits which included Dil Chahta Hai, Kal Ho Naa Ho and Hum Tum. He also ventured into the digital medium with Sacred Games last year, and will be soon starring in his next called Tandav. While his professional life is being talked about a lot, so are some of the aspect from his personal life, especially when it comes to his kids, Sara, Ibrahim and Taimur Ali Khan. The actor is very fond of kids - like any father should be - and is often seen appreciating them.

This time around, Saif has once again spoken about his daughter, Sara and how his favourite thing about her is her humility. In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, the actor said, "I thought Sara was really good in Kedarnath and making interesting choices within the scene. The thing I like the most about Sara, not as my daughter but as a personality, is her strong sense of humility and being down to earth that comes across that makes me support her and, I think, everyone feels that way."

In an earlier interview with Zoom, Saif has also confessed that he never gave any career advice to Sara. He had stated, "Sara doesn’t really ask me for advice. She did once when she was doing Kedarnath; she brought a scene over and we read it together and we talk about it sometimes. Something about the environment, she called and asked me. We discussed something about how to frame thoughts; but about scripts, no. Because these are things you have to make your own decisions. You have to make your own decisions because you don’t want to blame other people as you are going to be blamed yourself. It’s easy to blame other people." Now that is one great father-daughter bond.

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