Sara Ali Khan admits that she, Janhvi Kapoor, and Ananya Panday are competitive, but she is too happy in her skin to be insecure
Sara Ali Khan stated she doesn't feel insecure about forming connections with her peers, Ananya Panday, Janhvi Kapoor, and Radhika Madan
Sara Ali Khan stated she doesn’t feel insecure about forming connections with her peers, Ananya Panday, Janhvi Kapoor, and Radhika Madan, with whom she has linked individually since she is so comfortable in her skin. She admitted that rivalry still exists in a new interview, but that the young actresses have bonded over their shared experience of starting at the same time and seeing their new careers harmed by the pandemic.
“We have a lot in common, We are young actors, and we’ve lost important years to COVID-19. This is something that only we can express to each other; there’s an understanding we have with each other that we don’t have with others. Of course, there is competition, but if you know who you are, and if you stay true to yourself, there’s no harm. ”she remarked in Hindi in an interview with RJ Siddharth Kannan.
Sara also stated that her bond with her father, Saif Ali Khan, has “stood the test of time” and that he has always been there for her. “He’s my father, and I adore him,” she added, saying, “That hasn’t changed with time.” She also claimed that when her father was working with Akshay Kumar, who is currently her co-star in Atrangi Re, she never got the chance to see him on set. In the 1990s, Saif and Akshay collaborated on several films, including Main Khiladi Tu Anari and Tu Chor Main Sipahi.
She claimed that her favourite recent Akshay-Saif collaboration is Tashan, but that the song Chhaliya, which stars Saif’s wife Kareena Kapoor Khan, was her favourite part of the film. Saif and Kareena married in 2012 after falling in love while working on the film. “I enjoyed Tashan a lot, even though Kareena in Chhaliya was my takeaway. Shouldn’t say that about your co-actor or your father, so I don’t know, ”she giggled.
Sara expressed her wish to imitate Kareena’s professionalism. Sara stated, “For me, Kareena is a living example of ‘once an actor, always an actor.”
Dhanush also appears in Aanand L. Rai’s Atrangi Re. On Friday, the film will be available exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar. Sara’s second film is to be released straight to streaming, following Coolie No. 1 last year. In 2018, she made her acting debut in Kedarnath, followed by a supporting role in Simmba, a remake of Love Aaj Kal directed by Imtiaz Ali.