Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan has a strong social media game, and apart from updates about her movies, the actress also often entertains her fans with hilarious posts and videos. If you follow her on Instagram, you must be aware that she pens some really funny rhyming poems in her caption, and has a great sense of humour. Her hilarious videos with her brother Ibrahim Ali Khan and their knock-knock jokes also often go viral. Sara has now shared a video on Instagram, and she is seen in the middle of a dental process to get her wisdom teeth removed.
For all those missing Sara Ali Khan’s ‘Namaste Darshako’ videos, the actress is back with yet another one. Sara Ali Khan visited the dentist and shared a video of herself in the middle of the process of getting her wisdom teeth removed. She is seen lying down on an operation table and she hilariously tries explaining the process, but has a tough time speaking. She says, “Namaste Darshako! Sorry, main itne acche se bol nahi pa rahi hun. Mujhe humare har sentence me hasi aa rahi hai.” Sharing the video on Instagram, she wrote, “Namaste Darshako Gyaani Daant Bye Bye.”
She further said in the video, “Dr. Shetty humaare saath hain, wo humaare gyaani daanto ka udghaatan karne wale the, but I don’t think that’s correct. That means launch right?” She then asked the doctor what extraction means in Hindi, to which the doctor replies, “Ukhaadne wale.” The video then shows Sara Ali Khan post the process of her wisdom teeth extraction. She assures fans she is fine, and the camera also zooms in on her extracted wisdom teeth. Take a look at the video below:
Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Sara Ali Khan wished her mom Amrita Singh on her birthday with an adorable post. She wrote, “Happy birthday to my whole world. Thank you for being my mirror, strength and inspiration. I lo-blue the most.”
Image Source: Instagram/Sara Ali Khan
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