No matter their age or whether they have forayed into Bollywood yet, star kids continue to be the centre of attention for shutterbugs. From toddlers like Taimur Ali Khan and little ones like Aradhya Bachchan to the older crop of children such as Suhana Khan, Ananya Pandey and Sara Ali Khan among others, they are being regularly snapped by the paparazzi wherever they go. Speaking about the same, Sara – who always makes sure to acknowledge the queue of camerapersons waiting to catch a glimpse of her – revealed why she is always friendly with media personnel. She was in conversation with leading Indian portal Miss Malini.
“Imagine the reverse which is, irrespective of how you are looking you walk out of the gym and there are seven photographers not clicking your photographs or 20 people not asking for selfies,” she said. Sara added, “If the seven odd photographers standing outside your gym don’t click your photographs, it worries you more and that could also be a problem you know.”
Sharing her views on dealing with the constant media attention, Sara said, “I’ve been an actor for less than a year. So for me, I don’t know anything better. This is the world that I came into and this is the world that I started in so I don’t have anything to compare it to. And I think that even though it can get overwhelming at times but if it were to stop, given the climate that we are in right now and given that social media and media attention is a big thing.” Sara is currently shooting for David Dhawan’s Coolie No 1 remake, opposite the ace filmmaker’s son Varun Dhawan. She made her Bollywood debut with Kedarnath in December last year followed by the super hit Simmba. Way to go, girl!