Sara Ali Khan is currently shooting for Coolie No.1 with Varun Dhawan and certainly having good fun on the sets. After celebrating her first Star Screen Award, it is time for Sara Ali Khan to get back to the sets and proceed with work. She recently shared her black and white pictures from the sets of Coolie No. 1 where she looked ethereal. Clicked by the famous cinematographer Ravi K, Chandran, Sara Ali Khan channeled her inner Rekha with her sharp gaze and subtle expression in the eyes. Sharing the pictures, Sara wrote, 'In aankhon ki masti. Rekha Ji se hai Sara bahut sasti. Luckily, voh apne aap pe hi hasti. She says all this and then voh phasti'
Varun Dhawan, who is playing the male lead in Coolie No. 1, was quick to jump to Sara Ali Khan’s Instagram commenting, ‘U have a lot of free time.’ The fans were thoroughly amused and till the time of writing, this comment earned 1721 likes. Sara Ali Khan, who considers cinema her passion and obsession, instantly clarified that this picture was taken on the sets of Coolie No. 1.
It was only two nights ago that Sara Ali Khan bagged the award for the best debut actress at the Star Screen Awards. She was honored for her debut film Kedarnath where she played the role of a young girl in love with a Muslim man. The story was based on the tragic floodings at Kedarnath in the year 2013. She worked opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in this film. Kedarnath was released exactly a year ago which also means that Sara Ali Khan’s film career is now one year old.
Sara Ali Khan, the elder daughter of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh has often mentioned how passionate she was for films even as a child. According to Sara Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan’s character Poo in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham was her favorite and she also had a dress like hers. She would often recreate the famous television commercials as her mother Amrita Singh filmed her with a Handycam. However, since she was always studious Sara Ali khan went to the famous Ivy League Columbia University in New York to complete her graduation in Political Science and History before joining films.