Sara Ali Khan Wins Award for the Best Debut
Sara Ali Khan made her debut in Bollywood with the film Kedarnath in 2018. Her film Simmba was also released shortly after Kedarnath
Sara Ali Khan is one year old in the industry since her debut film Kedarnath as released a year ago. She essayed the role of a young Hindu girl Mukku who fell in love with a Muslim man. Sara Ali Khan’s performance was greatly appreciated by the audiences as it was her first film but she still managed to leave a mark on the screen. Sara Ali khan’s character had a variety of emotions to offer hence she had a great margin for performance. It is interesting how flawlessly Sara Ali Khan carried both the emotions of sorrow and joy.
Sara Ali Khan was honored with Starscreen Award for the Best Debut for her performance in Kedarnath and obviously, she could not be happier. On her Instagram, Sara Ali Khan shared her picture holding the award and penned down a heartfelt note as well.
Sara Ali Khan
‘Thank you Star Screen Awards for the best Debut Award.This one is for the entire cast and crew of Kedarnath
Thank you to everyone that made it possible for me to call myself ‘an actress’- which was my ultimate dream, is my most favourite adjective, and will always be something that I promise to try and get better and better #jaibholenath’
Sara Ali Khan also met her Simmba co-star Ranveer Singh at the occasion and shook leg to the famous number Aankh Marey on the red carpet. Earlier, Sara Ali Khan had also shared her moments spent on the sets of Kedarnath as the film completed one year. Sara Ali khan is currently busy shooting for Coolie No. 1 with David Dhawan and Varun Dhawan.
Sara Ali Khan
Sara Ali khan was born to Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh in the year 1995, four years after their marriage. This was the time when her mother Amrita Singh had stopped acting but father Saif Ali khan was struggling to create his mark as an actor. Sara Ali khan always had a knack for performing and entertaining but was also a hard-working student. She, therefore, went to the prestigious Columbia University to study History and Political Science. However, passionate to become an actor, she completed her four-year degree in three years and rushed to India to work in films.