Sara Ali Khan Moves Out Of Mom Amrita Singh’s House, Shares A Glimpse Of Her ‘New Beginnings’

Sara Ali Khan is an emerging Bollywood Actress. She made her debut in ‘Kedarnath’ against Sushant Singh Rajpoot. Sara is gorgeous and has been praised for her confidence and spontaneous answers in interviews.  Followed by Kedarnath, she gave a terrific performance in Rohit Shetty’s Simmba along with Ranveer Singh. A member of the Pataudi family, she is the daughter of actors Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh. Loved by the millennials, Sara makes it to the headlines quite often, for her professional as well as personal life.

And finally, the youngest and newest Khan in the Bollywood, Sara Ali Khan has taken a major step in her life. She has decided to move out of her mother, Amrita Singh’s shadow and takes a step towards her independent life. The western tradition wherein children have to leave their parental house for leading an independent life has been coming within our culture over these last few years. Similarly, Sara Ali Khan is moving out of her house and start an independent life like other celeb kids. Sharing a picture of her ‘new beginnings’, Sara captioned a picture from her new abode, “Here’s to new beginnings!” followed by a lot of hearts.

Some days back, a picture of the 23-year-old actress, Sara Ali Khan made the headlines when she was seen shifting from her mother, Amrita Singh’s residence and unloading numerous boxes along with other belongings into a car. Sara was not too happy getting snapped by paparazzi while she was making the move.

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Lately, in an interview with Bombay Times, Sara revealed the two roles of her mother’s that she’d want to play. She had said, “I don’t think I can do anything that mom has done. But if I ever have a chance to revisit a part that she has played, I would love to play her role in Chameli Ki Shaadi. I think she was brilliant. Her spontaneity and timing were brilliant. She was phenomenal in that role.” Sara continued, “I would also love to play her part if Aaina was remade. She won the award for the Best Supporting Actress. Although she wasn’t the leading lady, she was so damn powerful. It just proves that if you hold your own and keep doing what you believe is right, it will show.”

Well, we wish Sara all the luck.

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