Sharmila Tagore shared that when she asked her granddaughter Sara Ali Khan what she's doing in the film industry after graduating from Columbia University she said the education was for her growth as a person and not for career.
A Bollywood veteran, Sharmila Tagore, who turned 74 years old on Dec 8, talked about her Sara in a recent interview with IANS. A proud grandmother, Sharmila said that she is very impressed by Sara and is excited about her Bollywood debut in 'Kedarnath'.
The grandmother further revealed that the Sara is never tongue-tied and has an answer to everything. In fact, she stated that she is proud of Sara for the way she stood up for Saif Ali Khan in Karan Johar's talks how 'Koffee with Karan'.
Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan and former wife Amrita Singh's daughter Sara Ali Khan was initially set to mark her debut with Rohit Shetty's ' Simmba'. However, she finally marked her debut with Abhishek Kapoor 's 'Kedarnath' and won the hearts of the audience with her splendid performance. She was featured opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in the lead character. The film was released on Friday, Dec 7.
It narrates a heart-wrenching love story set against the backdrop of a catastrophic deluge that hit the Himalayan shrine in 2013. 'Kedarnath' is produced by Ronnie Screwvala and Pragya Kapoor under the film production banners of RSVP and Guy in the Sky pictures.
Sara will be next seen in 'Simmba' which also stars Ranveer Singh and Sonu Sood. The film is produced by Karan Johar under the banner of Dharma Productions and is set to hit the theatres on Dec 28, 2018.