Sara Ali Khan Sports Blue Lipstick because It’s All Normal in New York

Sara Ali Khan Sports Blue Lipstick because It’s All Normal in New York

Sara Ali Khan made her Bollywood debut with the film Kedarnath opposite Sushant Singh Rajput. She has two films lined for release next year.
Sara Ali Khan Sports Blue Lipstick because It’s All Normal in New York
Sara Ali Khan

Sara Ali Khan is holidaying New York City at the moment and making the most of her time there while having some fun times there. Sara Ali Khan has been busy with shooting Imtiaz Ali’s film ‘Aaj Kal’ with Kartik Aaryan and ‘Coolie No. 1’ with Varun Dhawan this year. Although busy times mean good times, Sara Ali Khan decided to take the much-needed break and jet off to New York which has always been close to her heart. Sara Ali Khan has studied from the prestigious Ivy League Columbia University and learned much about life by living independently there.

Although Sara Ali Khan was born and raised in Mumbai, her fame and popularity does not allow her to have goofy time with friends in India. Sara Ali Khan’s Big Apple holiday provided her the opportunity to channel her inner self who like every young girl her age wants to have some fun.

Sara Ali Khan has the best of both her parents Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh’s look. However, she is conscious of her fashion and makeup choices. In fact, Sara Ali Khan mostly keeps herself makeup-free when roaming around casually. However, Sara plunged out of her comfort zone and sported a dark blue lipstick as she posed with her friend.

The girls took selfies at the subway too.

She shared the photos with a cute caption, ‘Pink jackets, Cheetah earmuffs, Blue lipstick, It’s all normal in New York City #concretejungle #basic #beyourself’

Sara Ali Khan comes from a film family as both his parents as well as grandmothers were filmstars. From her paternal side, Sara Ali Khan has almost all family members except her aunt Saba Ali Khan associated with Bollywood. In a conversation with Barkha Dutt, Sara Ali Khan mentioned that she was used to being spotted wherever she went in India. According to her, it would have been more alarming if the people did not spot her or the family in public places.

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