Sara Ali Khan And Ibrahim Ali Khan Are Swag Masters Giving Us Some Serious Sibling Goals
Sara Ali Khan is vacationing in London with her mom Amrita Singh and brother Ibrahim Ali Khan. The actress shared some adorable clicks of her brother and herself where they are giving us major sibling goals
Sara Ali Khan recently wrapped up her upcoming movie, Aaj Kal with Kartik Aaryan. After completing the shoot, the actress thought of taking a break and has jetted off to London with her mom Amrita Singh and brother Ibrahim Ali Khan. The actress even shared a few photos on her Instagram account. However, it was Sara and Ibrahim's cute banter that made our day. Take a look at the photos inside.
In the photo, Sara and Ibrahim are seen chatting with each other with all that swag. While sharing an adorable candid picture of his brother and herself, she captioned it as, "I smile because you’re my brother ...I laugh because there’s nothing you can do about it" She even shared a gimmicky photo of Ibrahim talking over the phone in the phone booth while Sara gives a confused look. Check out the photos below.
Talking about her upcoming film, filmmaker Imtiaz Ali recently took to Instagram and shared a lovely photo of Kartik & Sara clicked during the first few readings of the film, before their shoot began in Himachal Pradesh. The couple looks quite cozy in the picture and is proof of their undeniable chemistry. The director also used the hashtag aajkal, thereby revealing the title of the film- Aaj Kal. His caption read “the oxygen that makes the film breathe #aajkal@saraalikhan95 @kartikaaryan(clicked during the first few readings of the film, before shoot began)”
As soon as the picture was shared, fans of the couple poured in a lot of love by commenting on the post. Seems like it’s not just us that are super excited to see Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aryan onscreen together!
Image source: Instagram/ Sara Ali Khan
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