Sara Ali Khan has been winning hearts with her jovial and confident nature since she marked her Bollywood debut. The actress marked her debut with film Kedarnath co-starring Sushant Singh Rajput and won a lot of praise for her performance as well. Since then, Sara has been carving her niche in Bollywood with her talented acting skills and sweet nature. As the Simmba actress is often snapped greeting fans and pouring all her love out, she is surely a people’s star. The fan-favorite Sara charms her fans once again as she greets fans with her folded hands while she heads out to the gym.
Born to Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh, Sara Ali Khan has garnered a huge fan-base for her sweet nature and politeness with fans. While we all know how Bollywood celebrities get often upset when fans rush out to click selfies with their favorite star, Sara is proving to be a people’s star. Recently, Sara Ali Khan was snapped by the paparazzi as she headed out for her daily workout routine. The actress was papped in pink hot-shorts and a white top and looked graceful as she greeted her fans. Also Read: Sara Ali Khan Enjoys Diwali With Ex-Beau Veer Pahariya; Duo Dance Their Hearts Out At Big B And Anil Kapoor’s Diwali Parties- EXCLUSIVE
Meanwhile, Khan was busy posing for the shutterbugs as she headed out of her car, the actress immediately folded hands as she spotted fans around. With Sara Ali Khan’s popular ‘Namaste’ pose winning hearts, the princess of Pataudi proves she has a humble and genuine side towards her.
On the work front, Sara is currently gearing up for her next film Coolie No 1 co-starring Varun Dhawan in lead roles. Directed by David Dhawan, the film Coolie No 1 is the remake of the 1995 film starring Govinda and Karisma Kapoor in pivotal roles. Coolie No 1 is produced by Ramesh Taurani and Vashu Bhagnani and is scheduled to hit theatres on May 1, 2020.
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