Sara Ali Khan has flown to Ajmer, Rajasthan along with her mother and senior actress Amrita Singh. And the purpose of this trip has been revealed by the young actress on her Instagram account. This mother-daughter duo has visited the famous Ajmer Sharif Dargah amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Going by the pictures shared by the Kedarnath actress, we can say the mask has worked for the actress in the best possible way. While she follows the precautionary measures required for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the mask has also helped her to keep her identity under wraps.
Sara is seen in a pastel green salwar suit with pink Lucknowi work embroidery all over it, she also has an orange scarf around her neck. As she posed for the pictures, along with her mother she covered her head with the dupatta, the pictures were clicked in the busy surroundings of this holy shrine. One can see the mother-daughter also had a lady along with them. Sara Alia Khan posted three pictures from her visit to the famous dargah with the caption, “Jumma Mubarak”
Take a look at Sara Ali Khan’s Instagram post below-
Just to refresh your memory when India was hit by the COVID-19 wave in March 2020 back then as well Sara was seen at Ganga ghat, on a crowded street of this popular pilgrim place in Varanasi. ALSO READ: Sara Ali Khan And Vijay Deverakonda Get Clicked While Leaving Manish Malhotra’s House Party; 'They Were A Riot', New Couple Alert?
On the work front, Sara was last seen in Coolie No. 1 co-starring Varun Dhawan, earlier scheduled to release in May 2020, the movie after much delay was premiered on the OTT platform, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. She will be next seen in Atrangi Re co-starring Dhanush and Akshay Kumar. ALSO READ: Sara Ali Khan Reveals She And Saif Ali Khan Talk About 'History' More Than Films, Actress Says, ‘We Both Are History Nerds’
Image Source: Instagram/saraalikhan95
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