Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan enjoys a huge fan base. Despite facing trolling from time to time for being a nepo kid and her knack of cracking poor jokes to come off as relatable, the audiences love her for her versatile performances and down-to-earth personality. She was recently spotted at the Mumbai airport where she was seen greeting her fans and clicking selfies with them. However a weird encounter with a female fan left her disturbed.
In the video that is currently going viral on social media, the actress looked gorgeous as she donned a white salwar suit and paired it with a pink dupatta. She looked beautiful as she left her hair open and opt3ed for minimal makeup. As she was exiting the airport, she was surrounded by her eager fans who were greeting her and clicking photos with her. She happily obliged. It was then that a female fan stepped forward and shook her hand. Under the pretext of moving past her, the fan touches her inappropriately, which momentarily leaves Sara feeling uncomfortable. ALSO READ: DID YOU KNOW? Sara Ali Khan Recreated Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Famous Look From Asoka! Photo Goes VIRAL; Netizens Say, ‘Little Did They Know…’
Well, as soon as the video was posted on the subreddit Bolly Blinds N Gossip, netizens quickly took to the comment section of the post to call it creepy. While many speculated that the lady wanted to steal 28-year-old’s earrings, others theorised she took a strand of Sara’s hair for black magic. One wrote,”That’s honestly so disrespectful and disgusting what she did.” Another wrote, “Like she tried to pull some strands of hair. So creepy. I am sure Sara felt the shove and hair pulling.” Other one wrote, “Look at that lady at the end staring at Sara, she knew what she was doing.” ALSO READ: Saif Ali Khan BIRTHDAY: Sara Ali Khan And Ibrahim Ali Khan Declare Their Father 'Best Dad'; They Get Him Cake And Balloons On His Birthday-WATCH
On the work front, last seen in Laxman Utekar’s Zara Hatke Zara Bachke opposite Vicky Kaushal, Sara Ali Khan will be next seen in Ae Watan Mere Watan, Anurag Basu’s Metro… In Dino, and Homi Adajania’s Muder Mubarak.
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