Sara Ali Khan Refuses To Oblige Paps With Photos Without Her Mask; Says ‘Mask Nahi Nikalenge’ – VIDEO

Shutterbugs spotted Sara Ali Khan today but she did not remove her mask to pose for the paps. Blame it on the Coronavirus. Watch the video here

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Sara Ali Khan Refuses To Oblige Paps With Photos Without Her Mask; Says ‘Mask Nahi Nikalenge’ – VIDEO
Whenever the paps spot any celebrities in the city, at an event or at the airport, they are often seen obliging them with photos and videos. Even on their request, there are some stars who will stop and pose for the clicks, however, this time around, actor Sara Ali Khan did not gratify the shutterbugs with pictures that they wanted to click, blame it on the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. The paps found Sara Ali Khan and as she was heading towards her car, they called her for some photos but without her mask.

Even though she just waved at them, she quickly sat inside the car and considering the current scenario, she did not humour them with their request and said that she will not remove her mask for the photos, even when she was sitting inside her car. She gestured them with a no. Before heading inside her swanky ride, she obliged her fans with some selfies with her mask on. Previously, a similar thing was seen with her stepmom and actor Kareena Kapoor Khan. After the shoot of her talk show, What Women Want season 2, paps made the same request in front of her and she politely denied it as most of the paps were also not wearing face respirators.
However, after she called out on the same, they wore their masks and she removed her veil and obliged them with photos.


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Earlier, even actor Kriti Sanon who was tested positive for COVID-19 refused to remove her mask when shutterbugs requested her to remove it to get a picture while making her exit from the airport. ALSO READ: Sara Ali Khan Bids Goodbye To 2020, Steps Into New Year With Brother Ibrahim Ali Khan; Credits Him For Making 2020 Bearable

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