Sara Ali Khan Has Learnt Her Lessons For Being Too Candid And Honest? Says ‘I Am Cautious’

Sara Ali Khan shared that she has been cautious about the intensity at which she is known to be honest or candid.

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Sara Ali Khan Has Learnt Her Lessons For Being Too Candid And Honest? Says ‘I Am Cautious’
Sara Ali Khan does not mince words and it has been evident from her interactions with the same. Now, during a recent interview with ETimes, Sara shared that it is important to be respectful,” she said.

The Love Aaj Kal actress has always been candid when it comes to her public appearance. However, when asked if she has now learnt how to hold back on words and sometimes being too honest might even land you in trouble. 

Talking about the same, Sara contended, “I think that every situation has to be dealt with appropriately. If you are bindaas, loud and opinionated, people can think that Sara is only this. I don’t pick up my phone every time to put up a joke on social media. The same girl has obtained a degree by studying in Columbia.”


She continued, “Maine paanch knock-knock videos kya kar liye aur mujhe ‘Knock-Knock Queen’ bula rahe hain! I am cautious. I say a lot of things jokingly but they have been put out of context and perceived differently. I am cautious and wary (now). But I am not going to be dishonest.”

Sara Ali Khan recently launched her peppy song ‘Chaka chak’ from her upcoming film Atrangi Re. 

Recently, Sara Ali Khan was also seen lighting up the electronic billboard on One Times Square, New York City. The bright eye-catching billboard which was emblazoned with poster from 'Atrangi Re' featuring Tamil superstar (and Rajinikanth's son-in-law) Dhanush and Sara Ali Khan.

Put up with the tag line 'Feeling Filmy' by Spotify, the global audio streaming site which must be eyeing the multi-million downloads of A.R. Rahman's jaunty music for the film, the poster is a promo for the portal's Bollywood Butter playlist.



Sara took to her Instagram story to share the news with her fans. She wrote on the picture of the billboard, which has been lighting up NYC's skyline since 1996: "Had my dream in this city and now seeing it actualise here."

She added the location of 'Times Square New York, USA' with Jay-Z's 'Empire State of Mind' playing in the background.


Sara, incidentally, studied history and political science at Columbia University, NYC's best-known institution of higher learning, so, in a way, it was a glorious homecoming for her. Hence the reference to her dream.

Image source: SpotboyE archive