Vikrant Massey Reveals Apologising To Sara Ali Khan For Having ‘Some Wrong Thoughts’ About Her; ‘Kedarnath’ Actor Reacts

Star kids are often judged in the industry. Without understanding, opinions are formed about them that they lack talent. Something similar happened with Sara Ali Khan as well.

Vikrant Massey revealed this. During an interview, Vikrant mentioned that initially, he felt Sara wasn’t serious about acting at all. But when he realised the truth, he immediately apologised to the actress.

Recently, a video of ’12th Fail’ actor Vikrant Massey and ‘Murder Mubarak’ actress Sara Ali Khan went viral, where the actor disclosed how many misconceptions there were about the actress. He felt that the actress prioritised her ‘hair and makeup’ too much.

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Vikrant, who starred in the superhit film ’12th Fail’ directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra and recently appeared in the OTT release ‘Murder Mubarak,’ apologized to Sara Ali Khan.

Vikrant Massey already had the assumption about Sara Ali Khan 

Vikrant Massey already had the assumption about Sara that she prioritized her ‘hair and makeup’ too much. However, they have both worked with Chitrangada Singh in ‘Gaislat.’

Vikrant revealed that during this time, he realized Sara’s capabilities. He openly talked about it in an interview and said that he also apologized to the actress. The video is now rapidly going viral on Reddit.

Vikrant Massey

Vikrant said, “Unfortunately, we all have some wrong thoughts and assumptions, and we’ve heard about it. There’s an understanding of nepotism and privilege, especially in the last two or three years, it was there.”

Speaking further, the ’12th Fail’ actor said, “And as an actor, who and what priorities they give. I think I was influenced by them, and I apologize to them for my thoughts.”

Sara Ali Khan

Meanwhile, Sara also reacted to this, saying, “I don’t remember them apologising to me, but they don’t blame me for their thinking because I’ve also become somewhat accustomed to it. I understand where I come from, and who I am. It’s associated with preconceived notions, and I’m not bothered by it.’”

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