Sara Ali Khan is a bright new star on the horizon. She is a ‘star kid’ and there are many critics who say that she represents the nepotism in Bollywood, alongwith many other young men and women who have been ‘launched’ by their famous fathers, brothers etc. Sara Ali Khan spoke about her acting ‘passion’ and how it’s not a ‘hobby’.
In an interview to a magazine, Sara said, “When you are four and you dream of becoming a heroine, then it is a different thing. We don’t really know what we want at that age.”
The Simmba actress went on to say, “You grow up and when you are eight, you see movies, and you feel more sure about it. Then you go to Columbia University, spend your father’s money and come back with a degree and if you still want to be an actor, then it is not a hobby (chaska), it is your passion (shiddat). There is a different intensity and seriousness to it. You start preparing after that.”
The Kedarnath leading lady also said that she wants to say ‘real and normal’. “You know I have never cheated in my exams, not because I am morally against it but because I am scared that I will get caught,” she said. “I want to spend so much time here so I want to stay real and normal. And it is our job to act but if we do it in real life, then it would be a huge mess.”
Sara is set to appear opposite Kartik Aaryan in Imtiaz Ali's next, Love Aaj Kal 2.